If you are a jailbreaking fan, chances are you are eagerly awaiting the iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak. Users were not able to update to the latest iOS version since there was no jailbreak tool available for it and many still have to use an old OS version for their devices. But this might change really soon.
Is the jailbreaking era truly over?
Many say that jailbreaking is now a thing of the past and it is believed that Apple found a way to put an end to it. And things can look dark for jailbreaking fans. None of the reputable hackers have managed to successfully jailbreak the latest iOS and some believe they never will. Pangu, TaiG, PP Jailbreak and other the well-known groups of jailbreak are still silent when it comes to a performing jailbreak for the iOS 10.3.2 version. Not even Luca Todesco, the Italian hacker who managed the first iOS 10 version, hasn’t come up with anything this time. And this is a cause for concern, taking into consideration the fact that Todesco (helped by Marco Grassi, the senior security researcher at KeenLab) was the one to come up with yalu102 and mach_portal, the only jailbreak tools available for iOS 10 so far.
How to get your OS jailbroken?
There is still one way to get jailbreak on your devices. While a jailbreak tool for the latest iOS is not available for the moment, you can still downgrade back to iOS 10.2, since that is the last working firmware. This version allows you to use the yalu102 tool, but you have to make sure you have your iOS 10.3.2’s old SHSH2 blobs saved before downgrading. The exploit to perform jailbreak by downgrading to a previous iOS was found by Adam Donenfeld.