Not so long back a new jailbreak was released for iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 and, already, Apple has released the killing blow with iOS 9.3.4 download [ext link]. We always knew that it would be patched up sooner or later so this shouldn’t come as any surprise to anyone. The jailbreak was released by Pangu and PP Assistant, not by Taig as some people expected. In fact, in recent months, Taig jailbreak team appears to have gone very quiet although this doesn’t mean they have disappeared from the scene. More likely, they are concentrating their efforts on the next generation of iOS firmware, due for release in September 2016 . We already know that iOS 10 is going to be much harder to jailbreak so it does make sense for Taig to focus all their attention on studying each beta as it comes out to see what chances they might have after public release.
Image : iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak from Taig Update
Latest Jailbreak Release :
In terms of the current jailbreak, if you have already downloaded PPHelper, don’t update your device to iOS 9.3.4. If you do update, whether by accident or just to check out the new firmware, you can still downgrade because apple is still signing iOS 9.3.3 – be aware that you only have a very short time left before they stop signing it though so, if you need to downgrade iOS 9.3.4 to iOS 9.3.3 [ext link], do it now. If you are considering updating just to see what is in the new version, we can tell you now that it has been released with “important security updates” which means it was released to patch the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak only. There are no new features and not much in the way of improvements or enhancements so you can save yourself the trouble.
How to get iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak :
You can use any one of these two methods to get jailbreak onto your iOS 9.3.4 device.
Method 1 : PPHelper Jailbreak
If you haven’t got around to downloading PPHelper yet, check out our step by step PPHelper tutorial linked here. Do make sure you check the requirements for the jailbreak as well because it will not work on every iOS device nor will it work on Mac OS at the time of writing. That is something that Taig may well be working on, a Mac version of PPHelper. It wouldn’t be the first time two versions of the same jailbreak for different operating systems were released by separate teams so don’t rule it out just yet.
PPHelper for iOS 9.3.4 has not been released yet but when it is we will update this page.
Method : Safari Method for iOS 9.3.4
- Open Safari on your iOS device
- Type the given URL into your address bar – taigjailbreak.org
- Look for the UP arrow on the loaded page – it will be at the bottom on the iPhone and at the top on the iPad
- From the options that appear, tap on Add to Home Screen
- Call your icon Taig . Tap on Add and close Safari down.
- The icon will now be on your home screen giving you instant access to all the latest updates
Video : The following video shows you these steps
iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak Success :
Update : Although Apple has released iOS 9.3.4 to patch up PPHelper jailbreak, it would appear that they didn’t close every hole available because Luca Todesco has once again tweeted [ext link] proof of a jailbreak, this time, an iPhone 6S on iOS 9.3.4. As usual, though, this jailbreak will not be released to the public. However, Pangu is currently working on a new jailbreak for Pangu 9.3.4 and this latest picture from Todesco proves that it can be done. As soon as we have news from the team on Pangu 9.3.4, we will pass all the details on to you, with download links.
iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak Release Date :
And of course, with iOS 9.3.4 now publicly released, it could be that Tag are looking into it to see if there is anything they can do between now and when iOS 10 download [ext link] is released in September. At this stage, although Apple is getting better at patching up the vulnerabilities, anything is possible and any jailbreak team can come up with the goods for us.
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