In a few days back, we found security researcher Ian Beer from the Google’s project zero team back in attention. In fact, it is a potential exploit carried over iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak and previous which expect to result in a new Cydia era ending the long wait so far. Although yet in need of confirmations knowing this is music to anyone interested in jailbreaking, here is everything we know so far about any possibility of an imminent jailbreak.

iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak

The reveal of the Ian Beer’s exploit will remain useless until it caught by any skilled developer in work for Jailbreak iOS 10.3.2. But sadly, there seem some confirmations that the exploit comes patched in latest 10.3.3 making us quite confused about the chance for Jailbreak iOS 10.3.3. Simply the published bugs are only found in iOS 10 to 10.3.2. So that, make a downgrade quickly to 10.3.2 while it signed as latest 10.3.3 looks less in the chance for any jailbreak. If you like getting jailbreak but running latest 10.3.3 for the moment, a clean restore would be helpful to come back in the safe field expecting Ian Beer’s exploit soon as a jailbreak update.

iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak back in Hope!

Getting no news from the release of Yalu, there was a high confusion in jailbreaking this far. Though there were demonstrations on 10.3.1 and 10.3.2 some weeks back, anything was not confirmed in a release of a new jailbreak. In that concern, what we get to know by reliable developer Ian Beer is adding music to ears saying jailbreaking is not completely gone from the scene. But as always it is in the hand of the skill-set of anyone interested in the development of jailbreak and Cydia to have hope to see it as a tool approach to the Public.

In the previous era, we found Todesco paired with Ian Beer in making a successful session of Yalu. But sadly, we would not meet Todesco again here as he has confirmed his departure with the update of 10.2. So there would hardly be any chance for Yalu back in the update to 10.3.2. But if anyone likes making a try, the chance remained opened to make use of the talent of Beer.

What’s More?

We have not yet confirmed any iOS hacker with the use of Ian Beer’s exploit. But for the encouraging fact, a new YouTube video has published by developer Billy Ellis recently, showing the vulnerabilities and also on how triple_fetch toolkit by Ian exactly works.So expecting this will be used for a functional jailbreak update in the near future, let us view the video here.

Any chance for 32-bit Devices with iOS 10.3.3 Jailbreak?

With the exploits published, iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak came to more promise. But when the exploits come patched in 10.3.3, the expected jailbreak would probably stop at 10.3.2 continuing the no-jailbreak era for the latest 10.3.3. But if one makes any further experimenting, there is a possibility of Cydia iOS 10.3.3 only for the 32-bit devices. This is possible as the final firmware allowed for 32-bit devices when iOS 11 only be allowed for 64-bit new devices. So let us wait for the updates ahead.