Pangu demos iOS 10 jailbreak, iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak rumoured for imminent release

Pangu team finally demonstrates the iOS 10 jailbreak at the MOSEC 2016 conference in China on 1 July.

Renowned Chinese jailbreak developer Pangu has recently showcased a working iOS 10 jailbreak at the MOSEC 2016 conference in China on 1 July wherein the team revealed the screencast of Cydia running on the device. Although Pangu did not reveal any further info about the jailbreak, it showcased a series of photos demonstrating Cydia running on the latest iOS version and thereby confirming the existence of a working iOS 10 jailbreak.

According to Superphen quoting some live tweets from the event, the Pangu team answered a few fan queries at the event while hinting about their plan to release a public version of iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak soon. However, the authenticity of this information cannot be confirmed or verified at the moment and hence it should be taken with a grain of salt.

Apple has already rolled out the first public beta of iOS 10 on 13 June and the latest developments with iOS 10 jailbreak sound really encouraging for the fans.

However, it is still unclear how or what kind of exploit Pangu team has used to get Cydia running on iOS 10. Besides, there is always the risk of Apple patching up all known exploits in the forthcoming updates for iOS 10 over the next few weeks.

On a positive note, Pangu has reportedly obtained access to key vulnerabilities in iOS 10 beta 1, which are not yet patched by Apple. Consequently, a lot depends on how Apple handles the issue of security exploits when it finally rolls out the public release of iOS 10 in the near future.

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