‘iOS 10 Jailbreak’ Tool Release Date: Pangu ready to unleash working Jailbreak Tool as iOS 10.2 update arrives December


iOS 10 Jailbreak Tool Release Date: Pangu ready to unleash working Jailbreak Tool as iOS 10.2 update arrives December : Apple already had announced that the latest iOS 10.2 updates will be released in December. This means that Pangu, the popular hacking group, will be releasing their newest jailbreak tool after months of silence possibly in a bid to outsmart Apple. A gaze into the previous releases of Pangu gives us a clue on what could be in store next month.

Rumor has it that Apple has already completed its updates and may be releasing it next month, while the gadget geeks are eagerly anticipating the Pangu iOS 10 jailbreak tool that often follows Apple’s updates.

Pangu will be able to complete the software in the time for Christmas. Though, with no official word about it yet the users are advised to take this with a grain of salt. If we look into the Pangu’s jailbreak release timeline then it will give the clues.

The Pangu team had a working iOS 10 beta 1 jailbreak that they demonstrated last July at the Mosec 2016 in a Beijing-based security conference as noted by iDigital Times. This was fixed by Apple in its iOS 10 beta 2 update.

Pangu replies by releasing the semi-tethered iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak in August, but that is one only work with 64-bits devices. There have been no updates from Pangu after that regarding the future iOS 10 jailbreak which possibly because the team is waiting for the release.

In only between the matter of days or weeks, Apple will be releasing its update and the jailbreak community is all set to see what Pangu is keeping with him. Popular hacker, Luca Todesco, has already demonstrated on twitter a working iOS 10 jailbreak tool, but he is not sharing this with the public yet.

Pangu has remained silent in the last couple of months that means the two things. First is that the Chinese hackers have come up with an iOS 10 jailbreak tool and waiting for the right time to release it. Other is the group has failed to jailbreak Apple’s most secure operating system and is still trying to develop one before Apple’s iOS 10.2 update is released in December. Source: hngn