Hacker demos Safari-based iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak on video

The Italian hacker Luca Todesco demos a browser-based jailbreak on iPod Touch 6G running iOS 9.3.2.

Prolific Italian hacker Luca Todesco aka qwertyoruiop returns to spotlight in the jailbreak community as he successfully demonstrates yet another browser-based jailbreak on video for an iPod Touch 6G running iOS 9.3.2.

The new Safari-based jailbreak mimics the classic JailbreakMe-style hack which was introduced by Comex to hack into any device directly via a browser and without requiring a computer.

Jailbreak aficionados are in for some great news as Todesco has already shown that both iOS 9.3.3 and 9.3.2 are jailbreakable. Todesco had recently teased a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 beta which is the latest developer iteration from Apple.

The hacker has, however, hinted that he has no interest in releasing the public versions of the latest jailbreaks for iOS 9.

According to iPhone Hacks, here is what Todesco clarified regarding the current status of his jailbreak: "Stashing is disabled, that's why Cydia doesn't prep filesystems."

Meanwhile, his work could bring some inspiration to TaiG and Pangu teams as they try figuring out a way to jailbreak iOS 9.3.2 using mobile Safari.

If you are still wondering, the latest jailbreakable version is iOS 9.1. However, Apple has stopped signing all versions which are older than iOS 9.3.1. Consequently, there is no way to jailbreak existing versions of iOS 9.2 through iOS 9.3.2.

Avid jailbreakers who are still running iOS 9.1 are advised to hold back their upgrade options unless they are facing any bugs or major issues.

Check out Todesco's newest jailbreak for iPod Touch 6G running iOS 9.3.2 in the demo video below: