Pangu gave us the iOS 9 jailbreak, which was very enthusiastically received and gave Pangu the lead in the jailbreak scenario. However, after iOS 9 jailbreak was patched by Apple, iOS jailbreak teams now need to find an iOS 9.2 jailbreak. According to the recent rumors, Pangu is working on the next jailbreak, which is very plausible for the team who gave us the iOS 9 jailbreak. Also, TaiG’s jailbreak partner 3K Assistant had suggested a few weeks back that the TaiG team was busy finding iOS 9.2 jailbreak exploits.
Image : iOS 9.2 Jailbreak Update from 3K Assitant
But the real surprise (or shock) comes in a very vague form. The blog post in which 3K Assistant had mentioned about TaiG working on the next jailbreak has been edited quietly, and the news regarding the confirmation of the next jailbreak has been removed from the post. Also, no reason has been given for the same.
The original announcement by 3K Assistant had announced that a breakthrough had been found in iOS 9.2 after eight days of efforts. Below is the original text (translated from Chinese to English) :
And as mentioned before, the original post has been modified a bit and now depicts something different altogether. But why did 3K have to do it? Did they let the cat out of the bag too early? Or did they publish a mere rumor or speculation which was just baseless and had no logical backing? It is also possible that TaiG may have ended the partnership with 3K Assistant and would have asked them to change the post.
Here is the modified text translated to English from Chinese :
This sudden change in the news has aroused the curiosity of the whole iOS jailbreak community and has led to a plethora of unanswered questions. However, we do know that an iOS 9.2 jailbreak will be released sooner or later, and it really is just a matter of time.
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