News about the Jailbreak in the latest versions of iOS 10. If you are one of those who gave up and updated iOS 10.3.3 before the endless wait for Jailbreak for previous versions of iOS 10, one of the developers involved in the project advances news to respect. For now, it recommends doing a downgrade of iOS 10.3.3 to iOS 10.3.2, before it's too late.
There are signs of an imminent release of the tool that takes the Jailbreak to iOS 10.3.2. This has been made known through Twitter Jonathan Levin. Although it does not indicate when it will be available, it does offer an advance of the steps that must be followed by those owners of an iPhone or iPad who are interested in the Jailbreak.
Jailbreak for iOS 10.3.2 on the way
The Scene around iOS has lost steam. Whether due to the many innovations that Apple introduces gradually -which make Jailbreak less attractive- in its software or because of the difficulties it starts to find vulnerabilities in the iOS kernel, the truth is that the Apple system's unlocking is no longer It has so much pull. In spite of everything, there is still a side interested in making iOS totally free with the Jailbreak.
For all those who once lost their hopes and chose to install iOS 10.3.3 on their devices, today comes an interesting news. And one of the developers -Ian Beer, from the Google Project Zero- would have already found a libxpc vulnerability in iOS 10.3.2 that will imminently enable Jailbreak on iPhone and iPad with the aforementioned version.
Given this perspective, who are the current news have begun to warn users interested in applying the Jailbreak and that currently remain in iOS 10.3.3 (the latest update released by Apple before the arrival of iOS 11) that should make a downgrade as soon as possible to iOS 10.3.2.
A process that will be advisable to apply as soon as possible since at the moment that Apple stops signing iOS 10.3.2 it will no longer be possible to make a version change. As such, the vulnerability discovered in iOS 10.3.2 has already been fixed in iOS 10.3.3, so there is no guarantee that those who do not move to the previous version can perform the Jailbreak on their iDevices.