Pangu Team Demos iOS 10 Jailbreak; Rumored to Release iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak Very Soon

Members of the Pangu Team have reportedly demonstrated a working iOS 10 jailbreak during the MOSEC 2016 conference that was being held in China on July 1, according to Stephen Chan.

In a series of photos, published on the conference’s Weibo account, a screencast of an iPhone shows Cydia as a Siri app suggestion on iOS 10’s new widget screen, as well as Cydia running on the same device.

Apparently, the team also answered some questions at the event from visitors where the Pangu team revealed that they plan on releasing a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2 sometime soon. Again, this was not verified by a credible source, so until then, take this news with a pinch of salt.

As for the iOS 10 jailbreak, remember that Apple has only released the first beta of the OS, so there is always a possibility that the company will end up fixing the vulnerability used by the Pangu team to jailbreak the OS before its final release later this summer.

The first beta of iOS 10 was released to the public on June 13. While it is unclear what method or exploit Pangu Team used to get Cydia running on this software version, things can drastically change as Apple releases new updates in the weeks to come.

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