iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak

Jailbreaks are something we have become used to in recent times but iOS 10 has seen a return to the days when they were few and far between. While we do have a couple of utilities for iOS 10, they can’t be used by everyone and the developer, Luca Todesco, will not be updating them to support the latest release from Apple, iOS 10.3.2 download [ext link]. That leaves us waiting to see if any other team can provide us with an iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak [ext link].

Image: iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak Update

In fact, Todesco has recently announced that he will no longer be doing any work on public jailbreaks in the future, closing a door that we thought might have been left open for the foreseeable future. His current utility, Yalu Jailbreak [ext link], only supports the 64-bit devices and is a semi-untethered jailbreak, which means it has to be reinstalled whenever the device is rebooted. We expect to see most of the future jailbreaks focusing on these devices, simply because the 32-bit devices are slowly losing support from Apple and are gradually being replaced with newer models.

Image : Luca Todesco Twitter Update

Will There Be a Jailbreak for iOS 10.3.2 ?

That isn’t a question we can give you an answer to right now. With iOS 10.3.2 being such a recent release, none of the jailbreak teams will have had enough time to comb through it to see what, if anything, Apple has left them to use. If there is anything, we are unlikely to hear about it until they are ready to release a jailbreak as they don’t tend to make their work public until necessary.

Image : Cydia iOS 10.3.2 Undergoing Development

As to who will release the iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak, it could come from anywhere – Taig, PP and Pangu teams are the three obvious choices but, given the fact that we have heard nothing from them in the last few months, we could be forgiven for thinking that they are no longer working for the jailbreak community. There is also the option that the jailbreak could come from an unknown quarter, a team that no-one has ever heard of but, if that’s the case, we will need to be a bit more patient because such a jailbreak would need to be fully tested before the public could use it.

So, where does that leave us ? Right now, it leaves us no better off than before iOS 10.3.2 was released and anyone that is already running a jailbreak would be well advised to hold on to it for as long as they can.

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