iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak has been achieved now gotten a video demo dubbed OverSky (aka Flying) By Team OS showing Cydia running on an iPhone.
Here’s everything you need to know about Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.4. Released by Apple earlier this month as iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak killer, which rushed through some key security fix update to actually patch vulnerability used in Panju Team’s jailbreak for iOS 9.2-9.3.3. Apple has finally took the decision to stop iOS 9.3.3 restore now, and did in the right time today, meaning there won’t be any iTunes restoring or downgrade to iOS 9.3.3 anymore.
A Senior Security Researcher at Chinese online and retail giant Alibaba has followed the impression of Italian developer Luca Tedesco by posting a video demonstration of Cydia being installed on a jailbroken iOS 9.3.4 device. That’s what we are going to look at now.
Although it hasn’t taken long for the security research community to liberate the released iOS 9.3.4 firmware. It all started when Luca Tedesco, publicly shared a photograph of Cydia running on an iOS 9.3.4 device earlier this month, becoming the first person to be known to have successfully jailbroken Apple’s iOS 9.3.4 firmware.
Worth noting that the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.4 is known about the methods used, and if they are ever likely to be turned into a usable solution that could extremely be released to the public ultimately as most of these researcher/hackers tend to keep such exploits for their private use only. And there are more reasons to be more private.
There’s still exists a slim possibility that the intentions are very clear and genuine that a working iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak could eventually be released to the public prior to iOS 10 going live next month. Now that the jailbreak fans to get this right in their mind, that iOS 9.3.4 is still the latest firmware that has publicly available jailbreak solution. iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners are still advised to stay away from iOS 9.3.4 update if they really value their ability to jailbreak their device in the future at will.
For now, you can seamlessly check out the jailbreak demo in the video embedded below.
(source: Min Zheng [Twitter])
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