Tuesday, June 27, 2017

It May Be Possible To Download iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak For iPhone

Currently many users with jailbroken devices are eagerly waiting for public release and possibility to download iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak. The good news is that security research team KeenLab has demoed working jailbreaks for both iOS 10.3.2 and iOS 11 beta on some of Apple’s latest handsets during MOSEC 2017 event.

The demo showed off three different devices, with the left being an iPhone 6 Plus running iOS 10.3.2, the middle being an iPhone 7 running iOS 11 beta, and the right being an iPhone 7 running iOS 10.3.2.

On the screenshot below you can see Cydia running on each of above described phones:

Since Luca Todesco’s departure from the jailbreak community released the Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10-10.2, there have been no new recent jailbreaks released to the public.

This just might be the first-known demo of an iOS 11 jailbreak to date. This demo version indicates that it is still possible to jailbreak even iOS 11 running devices.

Like with many recent jailbreaks, KeenLab’s seems to run off of a side-loaded app installed with Cydia Impactor. It may be of the semi-untethered nature, which means it would rely on certificates that expire and would need to be re-signed after reboots every so often, but so far this hasn’t been confirmed.

As you may know that just before iOS 10.3.2 update, Pangu the team behind the iOS 9 jailbreak, have allegedly demoed a iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak for iPhone at a tech conference in China. The team planned to launch it just after iOS 10.3.2 release, but they haven't done it. Now the only hope that it will be possible to download iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak is when KeenLab release its demo version to public. 

And while iOS 11 certainly comes packed with a bulk of features that jailbreakers have known and loved in the form of jailbreak tweaks for quite a while, we can certainly say the jailbreak is still a useful tool to have and that many users are still eagerly waiting for its release.


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