PPHelper jailbreak was a welcome release for those on iOS 9.2 through to iOS 9.3.3 but it was soon patched by Apple when they brought out iOS 9.3.4. To make matters even worse, that was followed very quickly by the final iOS 9 release, iOS 9.3.5, giving Pangu little time to update their utility further. In September, iOS 10 came out, the start of brand new firmware and, while many jumped to update to it, pinning their hopes on a quick jailbreak, others hung back, biding their time and waiting. For those that never got past iOS 9.3.5, we have some good news for you. PPHelper jailbreak appears to have unofficial support for iOS 9.3.5; although it isn’t official, we do know that some people have installed PPHelper successfully on iOS 9.3.5 so, if you want to try, pick one of these two methods. You can do this on Windows or Mac.
Image : Taig iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak Update
How to get iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak :
You can use any one of these two methods to jailbreak your iOS 9.3.5 device.
Method 1 : PPHelper Jailbreak
Pangu is one of the most respected jailbreak teams we have. Although they got off to a rocky start with an association to a pirate app store, they went on to prove themselves to be trustworthy. PPHelper is the latest in a long line of jailbreak apps to come from the team and now that it has received some kind of support for iOS 9.3.5, more people can take advantage of it. To Download PPHelper for iOS 9.3.2, click on the given link where you will find download links and a guide to walk you through the process.
Method : Safari Method for iOS 9.3.5
- 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 Taig jailbreak app icon will now be on your home screen giving you instant access to all the latest iSO 9.3.5 jailbreak updates
Video : The following video shows you these steps
Latest Jailbreak Update :
For those that did update to iOS 10 in the hopes of a quick jailbreak, there was disappointment all round. However, although it took several weeks to get here, we do now have a jailbreak for iOS 10. It came to us from Luca Todesco and is called Yalu Jailbreak but it is in beta and will likely cause instability so you are probably better off staying on iOS 9.3.5 and using PPHelper to jailbreak or now. If you do want to try Yalu jailbreak, click on the link below but do be aware that, once you update to iOS 10+, you cannot downgrade your device again.