Adam Donenfeld came a few months back with a promise of the Kernel exploit reported on iOS 10.3.1 and previous. And he was in the plan of its release in the event HITBGSEC 2017 aimed for summer in Singapore. And now the summer is on and the conference is almost done. So as promised, this
iOS 10.3.2 is now the latest signing from Apple window which released after 5 beta testing versions. And at a glance, it is found in focus fixes and security of the operating system to drop down errors and make the iOS run so stable. But if you are more concerned jailbreaking your device, what’s the
With all we got to know in the recent times, we are left with a new hope of Cydia. Encouraging what Pangu showed at the Technology Conference, we now have more promises on a new Jailbreak iOS 10.3.1 release with thanks to a reputable security researcher, Adam Donenfield of Zimperium. As seen everything getting more
Taking about a month of beta testing, Apple has finally given iOS 10.3.2 to the general public rights. And as you might have expected, the update holds fixes and security changes with nothing much to say about features. In that way, it is important to have a stable iOS run, but in the matter of
iOS 10.3.1 is everywhere in the discussion by now with Pangu recent demonstrations. Although we are not fully verified the tool update, the things stand now built up the hopes of Cydia iOS 10.3.1 very strong. So here I bring you some interesting additions in Cydia for the last few days to make your waiting
As we have given you updates recently, Jailbreak iOS 10.3.1 is imminent. Although Pangu yet to give the official word, things revealed up until hold 50% commitment to a new tool update encouraging the user for a new prospect of Cydia. With that hope in the hold, we are now bringing you an updated post
Pictures and the video surfed through Chinese blogging site “Weibo” give signs of a working Jailbreak for current latest iOS 10.3.1. Although things are not yet confirmed, the details around are extremely encouraging for Pangu 10.3.1 soon. But can you measure the real commitment of all these in the way to the next Pangu era?