In the past few months Apple has released a barrage of iOS 9 updates for Apple users. Hopefully it is not a sign of things to come that amidst all of these new firmware updates that come without any new features and are consisted mostly of bug fixes.
Image : TaiG 9.3.2 Jailbreak Update
Safari leading to a bricked phone and iPhones not being able to Power up are among the glitches that Apple has been aggressively working on with the new iOS updates. In fact, someone even found a way to access the iPhone’s contacts | email addresses by manipulating Siri. Sour times for Apple as of late. In fact, we have seen three different versions of iOS in the past few months. iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1, and now iOS 9.3.2 that’s out in its beta version. This is a typical behavior for Apple, especially considering that the inspiration for the new releases was not new apps, features or aesthetics, but damage control. Hopefully we will see some new innovation for the iPhone in the coming months, if not on Apple’s part, then hopefully by jailbreaker groups like TaiG.
Image : Taig 9.3.2 Jailbreak Installer in Works
So the question on everyone’s mind is when will a iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak be made available ? The quick answer there is, late May. That is not to say hacker groups are not aggressively working on one. The issue is that if a jailbreak were made for an early beta version of the operating system, all Apple would have to do is circumvent that when they released the final version to the general public. This would render the initial jailbreak unusable and a waste of great technology. So it would appear that these groups who develop jailbreaks are waiting until everyone has downloaded and installed iOS 9.3.2 firmware before they release the new jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2.
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With TaiG absent from the jailbreak scene, Pangu seems to be the only team working towards a solution for iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak [ Read Pangu 9.3.2 – ext link ] . Does this mean that TaiG is completely out of the box ? Hopefully not. In the past, TaiG has come out of the woodwork with new, unexpected developments. We are keeping our fingers crossed that this will be the case for the new iOS 9.3.2 .