The latest release from Apple comes to us in the form of iOS 10.3.2 download [ext link] and, despite the fact that it has only just been released, questions are already being asked about jailbreaking it. In recent years, we have gotten a bit used to being provided with jailbreaks on a very regular basis and have forgotten how things used to be. With iOS 10, we are finding that jailbreaks are a bit harder to come by and those that are released are not useable on all iOS devices. So, to answer the original question, no we can’t jailbreak iOS 10.3.2 just yet.
Image : iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak Update
Yalu Jailbreak :
Luca Todesco is the only developer to have released jailbreaks for iOS 10 to date and neither of these can be used by anyone who owns the older 32-bit devices. It seems that the focus for jailbreaks these days is on the 64-bit devices which kind of makes sense, given that Apple is phasing out support for the older iPhones and iPads. Todesco has provided us with Yalu Jailbreak [ext link], a semi-untethered jailbreak that required Cydia Impactor to install it on your device and, with his latest announcement that he is retiring from public jailbreaking, it looks like Todesco will not be updating his utility to let us jailbreak iOS 10.3.2 .
Image : Luca Todesco Tweets
When Can we Jailbreak iOS 10.3.2 ?
How long is a piece of string ? That isn’t a question we can answer right now as iOS 10.3.2 has only just been released. Not only that, it’s looking likely that things are about to get a lot tougher in terms of jailbreaking with the introduction of Apples new file system, yet another spanner in the works for the jailbreak developers. Apple made the promise that they would make jailbreaking harder, with a view to stopping it altogether and, with the number of features in iOS 10 and the sheer number of updates that have been released for it, it looks like they may just have the edge right now.
Image : Cydia iOS 10.3.2 being updated
Taig, Pangu, and PP are the three jailbreak teams that we have come to rely on in the past and, so far, we have not heard anything from them. That doesn’t mean they have stopped working on jailbreaks, just that they may well be finding it difficult to produces something that we can all use. Or they could well be sitting quietly on exploits they can use, waiting for the right time and not wanting to announce their intentions until they are ready. Jailbreaks also have a way of coming at us from unknown quarters so it is possible that a complete newcomer to the community could release the iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak [ext link] everyone is waiting for.
Until we have some definitive answers, the best we can do is ask for your patience and suggest that you stay up to date with all iOS 10.3.2 updates by following us on Facebook.