Taig are one of the most prominent jailbreak teams we have seen in the last few years. Without fail, they have come through time and time again with jailbreaks specially at times when it seemed there was never going to be one. That said, it has been some time since the late jailbreak, several months ago to be precise and it is looking less and less likely that there will be another one in the near future.
Image : JailbreakMe – iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak
Apple is hurling updates at us on an alarmingly regular basis and, although these are to fix serious bugs that have arisen in iOS 9, they are also patching exploit after exploit, leaving Taig with little to work with. The latest iOS 9.3.3 update [ext link] , has just been released in beta to developers, and while Tag will no doubt be going through it to see what, if any exploits have been patched, it could mean another delay for those eager for a jailbreak.
However, we have proof that iOS 9.3.2 can and has been jailbroken, and not by Taig. Luca Todesco is a well-known name now, very good at providing proof that a particular iOS version can be jailbroken, even when Taig remain silent. He did it and has shown iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak [read more] just hours after the beta was released, uploading a photo to Twitter showing an iPod jailbroken on the firmware. And he’s done it again.
Image : iOS 9.3.3 Cydia
iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak Success:
This time, we have a video from Luca Todesco showing an iPhone jailbroken on iOS 9.3.2. There is a difference about this jailbreak though – it is done in the normal manner, i.e. connecting your iOS device to a computer. This jailbreak seems to have gone back a few years, back to the years of the JailbreakMe style of jailbreak. If you are new to jailbreaking, you probably don’t know what this is. JailbreakMe is how we used to jailbreak in years gone by and it involves an exploit in Safari.
Video : iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak of iPhone in JailbreakMe Style
About JailbreakMe :
Basically, using this exploit, a jailbreak could be performed in one click, through the web browser, without the need to connect an iPhone or an iPad to a computer to do it. It was a very simple style of jailbreak, first developed by Comex in 2007 and last used in 2011. Given the fact that Taig has been very quiet on the subject of jailbreaks and that Apple is happily patching holes all over the place this jailbreak is an incredible achievement but, as is his way, Todesco has said that he will never make the jailbreak available to the public.
- Tip : Check out our Safari based iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreak Tutorial from Taig here .
The big question now is, if one hacker, working alone, can do this, will Taig follow suit and finally provide us with an up to date jailbreak, even if it is in the old style ? That’s a question we cannot answer at the moment but we can be safe in the knowledge that Taig will, as they always do, come through with the goods when they are ready.
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