Signs of iOS 10.3.2 Releasing Soon Means a Pangu iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak Right After

Pangu iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool Janus

Apple’s iOS 10.3.2 is currently in its fifth beta, and has been since April 27. What stands out about this timeline is that the fourth beta came on April 24, followed three days later by the fifth dev beta. It has now been more than a week and there’s no sign of a beta 6. It could come, but what’s also likely is that Apple is preparing the latest iOS version for its Gold Master build – the one that gets the final review before the public release. If that’s true, we could see iOS 10.3.2 release to the public sometime next week, which also means the Pangu iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak – dubbed Janus – that’s waiting in the wings will be released shortly after.

One of the reasons Pangu isn’t releasing the iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool right now is so Apple won’t have the opportunity to patch it on iOS 10.3.2 in a subsequent beta build. If Pangu lets the cat out of the bag now, while iOS 10.3.2 is still in beta, Apple has time to push out a security patch on a beta 6 build that will nullify the exploit that Pangu is using for the Janus jailbreak tool for iOS 10.3.1.

What it seems likely right now is that Apple is poised for the public release of iOS 10.3.2, and then Pangu will suddenly release the jailbreak tool via a Weibo announcement within hours of that – a day at most.

We’ve outlined the things you need to do to prepare for the iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak (iPhone 7 and other eligible devices with the 64-bit processor chip) in this article linked below.

Pangu iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak Tool to Release for iPhone 7 after Public iOS 10.3.2 Release by Apple Inc.

We highly recommend that you follow the instructions provided in that article in preparation of Pangu’s Janus iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak that could be coming in less than a week, if we’re lucky.

A Word to Pangu Skeptics

There have been several rumors in the past where Pangu was reportedly sitting on an exploit for a viable jailbreak, but that iOS version came and went, and there was nothing.

There’s a reason for that.

Every exploit that is discovered, and can lead to a jailbreak, is open to being patched by Apple.

If Apple’s security researchers (which includes several former jailbreakers, including Team Pangu itself, which now seems to be half and half for and against Apple) find and report an exploit, it will invariably be patched in the very next beta build and subsequent public release.

But Pangu is passionate about jailbreaking, and if they’ve discovered an exploit that’s going to lead to a stable JB tool, they might not have reported it to Apple, but reserved it for the Janus jailbreak tool. Apple doesn’t own Pangu, you know!

If that’s true, then Pangu is holding out on Apple on this particular exploit in question that has been used to create the new iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak.

Pangu’s team comprises some of the best hackers – sorry, security researchers – on the planet. They’ve given us many stable jailbreak tools for various iOS versions, and there’s no cause to doubt their claims this time around.

If you’ve got an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus that you want to do an iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak on, and then wait for the future iOS 11 to hit before upgrading, please follow the steps in the article that I’ve linked for you above. Not doing that might close the jailbreak doors to you forever. We don’t know if an iOS 11 jailbreak will even be possible, with the dozens of security feature changes that Apple has been bringing in of late.

Janus could well be your very last hope of a jailbreak before iPhone 8 comes, so don’t let it slip through your fingers. Read that article – linked here again – and do what it takes to get that Pangu iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak tool working on your device when it comes.

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