Today I wanted to discuss something that’s spreading throughout the jailbreak space like wildfire: BlackHat USA 2016 and Pangu’s scheduled presentation during the conference. A number of individuals are suggesting that a new jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 utility will be released at BlackHat, but that’s not necessarily true!
Today Apple seeded iOS 9.3.3 beta 5 to registered developers following last week’s beta 4 release. The last three betas have been spaced just one week apart, indicating an uptick in their beta release timeframe.
Today is July 1st, 2016 (and it’s already July 2nd in China)! Why is that important? I’m glad you asked; the Pangu jailbreak team held MOSEC 2016 on the 1st and the group gave an important presentation at the event. Word on the street is that they may very well release an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak! But wait there’s more, an iOS 10 jailbreak was also demoed!
Today I thought I’d tackle what’s easily the most popular question I receive: “Should I update if I want to jailbreak?” It doesn’t matter which firmware an individual is on, be it iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1 or iOS 9.3.2, the following information (specifically the above video) will apply regardless.
Following what is slated to be the most lucrative pre-order round of all time (the Model 3), Tesla Motor’s CEO Elon Musk is making good on his promise to issue “tokens of appreciation” to those who lined up prior to the cars unveiling at a Tesla store and placed $1,000 deposits for the right to purchase the vehicle!
Rejoice jailbreakers, Apple has given us a fantastic gift in iOS 10: an unencrypted kernel! This information isn’t necessarily new, but Apple’s intention behind this move certainly is. According to John Grubber’s Daring Fireball, an Apple spokesperson said the following on the situation: