Pangu, the well-known Chinese hacking team, has asserted at this year’s Mobile Security Conference 2016 (MOSEC) in Shanghai that jailbreak is still alive. Moreover, it showcased Cydia running on the iOS 10 beta, giving enough indication that an iOS 10 jailbreak is being perfectly primed.

Today’s MOSEC conference has been co-hosted by Pangu, which has released a number of recent jailbreaks. The one-day event had been hosted at the Grand Kempinski hotel, in Shanghai, China.

Pangu Shows Off Cydia Running on iOS 10, iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak too Come SoonPangu showed another demo with regard to the privacy problem in the iOS 9.3.2. It’s reported that the Chinese hacker team is soon going to release iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak – within a week.

For all the iPhone users waiting for the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, the news must have come as yet another bright hope. It also suggests that they will continue to customize their device using smart Cydia tweaks.

There are millions of iPhone owners around the world, who love to jailbreak their devices. The sort of customization, as well as stand out functionalities that the jailbreak tweaks come with, is unmatched.

There are a number of features like closing all Safari tabs at one go, which has just arrived in iOS 10, had been implemented by various Cydia tweaks a long way back.

There are a lot of false negativities about jailbreak among common iOS users. Jailbreak doesn’t harm iOS devices at all. Instead, it allows the device owners to bring plenty of customization options which are not available anywhere.

Apple has always been against jailbreak as it doesn’t want the iOS ecosystem to get beyond its set line. The harder the Cupertino-based company tries to make the iOS invincible, the smarter the jailbreak communities become.

For long it’s been reported that Apple would finally make it impossible for the iOS ecosystem to be Jailbroken but it hasn’t yet happened.


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