The iOS 10.3.2 version has been released by Apple after it had undergone a testing period for close to 2 months. This version can be downloaded and installed on devices such as iPhone 5, iPad 4 and the 6th generation iPod Touch, to name but a few. The average size of this update is somewhere around 200 MB, so it shouldn’t be an issue for most modern smartphones as far as size and data usage is concerned.
Jailbreaking and iOS 10.3.2
In regards to the latest patch, Apple has informed us that it boosted performance and fixed a number of bugs, but that’s not all it did. Users of jailbreaking tools will, according to information from Forbes, not be able to use any jailbreaking tool that they had on the previous version if they install the latest iOS 10.3.2 version. Knowing this, it begs the question of when will we be seeing the next version of a jailbreak for the iOS 10.3.1, and which hacking group will be the ones to first release it.
Pangu has been one of the hacking teams who is expected the most to release a jailbreaking tool, especially due to the all the rumors and teasers they’ve been releasing in regards to their new 10.3.1 jailbreak. Apparently, they had codenamed their new iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool Janus and suggested that it might be released when the latest version of the iOS arrives. However, no new iOS jailbreaking tool has been released by Pangu and, as of the 15th of May, the new iOS 10.3.2 version has been publically released for compatible Apple devices.
Other hackers have also tweeted out information that they are unable to hack the current iOS and will not be attempting to jailbreaking anything in the future, Luca Todesco being the more famous one. He said if you want to continue using his jailbreaking tool, then you should stick to version 10.2.1.