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Media: the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.1 / 9.3.2 will be released in June, on the eve of the announcement of iOS 10

In April, Apple released an update iOS 9.3.1 designed for error correction with hanging Safari. Currently the company is testing an iOS version 9.3.2, which has already appeared in four beta versions. Release tools to jailbreak will take place after the release of the final version of the update – on the eve of WWDC, where the company will introduce iOS 10.

The release of iOS 9.3 expected in April, but was delayed for unknown reasons. “According to informed sources, jailbreak for iOS 9.3.1 and 9.3.2 will see the light 5 or June 12. They will benefit only the holders of 64-bit models of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, as a 32-bit architecture proved to be too difficult to crack.

Users will have the opportunity to jailbreak your iOS 9.3.2, as now the majority of Apple developers are busy developing iOS 10, and security updates for the iOS platform 9.3.2 unlikely.

In early 2016, the hacker Todesco announced the successful jailbreak iOS 9.3 beta 1. In the confirmation he posted a video showing the Cydia store on the iPhone. In March, in correspondence with Stefan Esser, the hacker confirmed that they used the exploit supported in the latest beta versions of iOS 9.3. However, Todesco stressed that he has no plans to release a public exploit and only confirmed the possibility of creating such a tool.

At present there is no publicly available exploits for jailbreak iPhone and iPad running iOS 9.3.1, 9.3 and 9.2.1. The latest version of Pangu is only compatible with iOS 9.1 and supports 64-bit modification devices.

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