iOS 9.3.2 is now here for all iOS users who are on iPhone 4S or later, iPad 2 or later, iPad Pro and later, iPad mini and later in addition to 5th and 6th generation iPod Touch or later. As we expected iOS 9.3.2 has come with number of important fixes for bugs that were annoying in iOS 9 platform. So iOS 9.3.2 has arranged the space for smooth iOS experience with free of most of the small issues you came across so far. As this latest update has fulfilled the expectations of fixes, could we able to keep trust on jailbreak as well? So let us have a look on how jailbreak crowd sees the latest upgrade on Cydia for iOS 9.3.2 by now.
As to the release note iOS 9.3.2 carries fixes to,
- Issue with Bluetooth accessory could experience with quality drop with iPhone SE
- Issue where Dictionary definition could fail
- Issue that prevented typing email addresses in Kana Japanese Keyboard in related to mail and messages
- Issue for VoiceOver users with Alex voice
- Issue that prevented MDM servers from installing Custom B2B apps
Cydia Download for iOS 9.3.2
Some would wonder why Cydia for iOS is this much important, yes it is. In fact Cydia is the best way to make all modifications in your system files. But to access Cydia you must have jailbreak in your iDevice. With newest Cydia repos listed for 2016 you will get an advanced functionality on your jailbroken iDevices. So if the rumors are to be believed iOS 9.3.2 users will soon get jailbreak privileges also with Cydia install.
As to the rumors revealed at iOS 9.3.2 beta stages, this latest iOS update is jailbreakable. So all we have to do is wait until Pangu or any other make an exact word. iOS 9.3.2 is not only the version wait for a jailbreak, in fact all iOS versions after iOS 9.1 are waiting for jailbreak rights. Therefore next release will make a surprising role, so keep hopes on iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak and Cydia install.
Will security improvements in iOS 9.3.2 ban its jailbreak rights?
While most part is agreed on getting iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, some rumors say it will be impossible. The reason is its security tightness. Some believes its vulnerabilities that have proven its jailbreakability at its betas have covered by Apple at its final build. So they clarify the less possibility of getting a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2. In one way the argument might sound correct to some extent, but our view says iOS 9.3.2 will get jailbreak rights even with a small delay. For more not only iOS 9.3.2, but also iOS 9.3 and iOS 9.3.1 will get chances, so stay in touch with all updates, to exactly know what jailbreak surprises developers will bring. As there is a small time left to change the scope in to iOS 10, approaching weeks will probably bring something fresh to concern. So keep hopes on Cydia install and take our updated note as a support piece while strictly staying to the version if you are already owning a jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.