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Apple iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak Latest Update: Hackers Should Give up, Says Apple; TaiG, Pangu and Luca Todesco on Breaking Point

By Aliza Xandria, | April 20, 2017

Experts have warned that getting conned by fake jailbreak sites is dangerous as their main goal is to infect devices with malware that can compromise personal data. (YouTube)

Experts have warned that getting conned by fake jailbreak sites is dangerous as their main goal is to infect devices with malware that can compromise personal data. (YouTube)

The demand for more jailbreak for Apple's devices is on the rise. With Apple iOS 10.2.1 jailbreak being followed by iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak, the need to have more options continue to soar. However, reports are also surfacing and it speculates that TaiG, Pangu, and Luca Todesco are already on the breaking point to break Apple's strong resolve.

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There are even speculations coming out wherein Apple has warned the hackers to give up and stop messing with the iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak. However, despite the claims, there has been no supporting details or press release that supports the notion of being true.

Nevertheless, it is true that users are hoping that an iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak would be a successful one. On the side note, the thing about jailbreaking is that nothing is ever predictable and there are even insinuations that the iOS 10.3.2 could never be fully broken and that hackers such as TaiG, Pangu, and Luca Todesco have finally met their match.

The report further mentioned that the Yalu jailbreak is dead when it comes to iOS 10.3.2 and the other reason why the Yalu is dead is because the jailbreaking just got harder with the introduction of the new Apple File System or AFS.

On a separate report, Apple devices are forced to change from the old HFS+ to the new Apple File System (APFS) and the new file system brought in additional security features that may have caught hackers by surprise, unable to explore any possibilities due to lack of entry to exploit, thus making future iOS versions jailbreak-proof.

There must be a good reason why hacker Luca Todesco suggested staying on iOS 10.2.1 if you are one of those seeking to jailbreak their Apple device; else, he should not have given that "friendly advice," as noted by the same post.

For those that are still waiting for working jailbreak, joining the rest of the community to search for a successful tool might be an option. However, since no successful measures have been released, every detail coming out should be taken with a grain of salt in mind.

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