PPHelper jailbreak for iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 was finally released after a long wait but it didn’t take Apple long to patch it up. The jailbreak is a semi-untethered utility that will only work on 64-bit devices but most device owners will be able to use it to jailbreak their devices. With the release of iOS 9.3.4 download [ext link], Apple successfully killed off PPHelper Jailbreak. The update was released for this sole reason, because it doesn’t fix any bugs and because it doesn’t offer any other improvements, we would advise you not to rush into updating your iOS device to it.
Image : iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak Done by Luca Todesco
If you did update, whether by accident or deliberately and you find that you want to downgrade back to iOS 9.3.3, you can still downgrade iOS 9.3.4 [ext link] but you must be quick about it as Apple will not be signing it for much longer, especially given the reason for the release of iOS 9.3.4. If you want to use PPHelper to jailbreak your device after downgrading, you can follow our detailed guidance and tutorial on how to download and install PPHelper.
iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak Release Date :
At the moment, no. Pangu is working hard on a jailbreak, checking out the latest firmware to see what exploits are available for use but don’t expect them to actually release one. They may choose to wait until iOS 10 is released to the public in September, depending on whether the current exploits are patched by the new firmware or not. What we do know is that iOS 9.3.4 does contain at least one exploit that can be used for a jailbreak.
Image : iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak Cydia Tweet
Italian hacker and developer, Luca Todesco, has once more teased a new jailbreak with an image of an iPhone on iOS 9.3.4 and running Cydia [ image above] via his Twitter account [ext link]. However, although the proof is there, as is normal for Todesco, he will not be releasing that jailbreak to the public and we are reliant on another jailbreak team to come up with the goods for us. For the time being, if you haven’t updated to iOS 9.3.4, don’t, especially if you want to preserve your jailbreak. If you have updated, you can downgrade for a short while longer only.
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