Why can’t you Jailbreak iOS 9.3.2?

Apple released iOS 9.3.2 on 16th of May including a considerable number of fixes and minor enhancements, but jailbreak has not come with any improvements yet, since Apple patched exploits used to iOS 9.1 jailbreak by Pangu. As to the most speculations a jailbreak will be thrown in advance of WWDC 2016, but can we guarantee?  So here is the update note on jailbreak iOS 9.3.2 including all you should keep in mind related to next jailbreak release.


iOS 9.3.2 current jailbreak status

At the moment, iOS 9.3.2 has no jailbreak but there is no change in the expectations as iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak promises were held in reserve in its beta stages. After Pangu released iOS 9.1 jailbreak, there were no fresh news from jailbreak side rather than all kind of rumors on possibilities and impossibilities. And you cannot downgrade to iOS 9.1 by now, which has jailbreak rights at the moment.

Under recent iOS releases, jailbreak was most concerned as hackers have confirmed the possibilities. Like in iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.2 has also confirmed to be jailbreakable at beta stages, so only thing is to wait until an official tool comes, as we have no doubts on jailbreak possibilities of any of these latest iOS versions. So we can hope Pangu jailbreak to come with a new version to change the long silence continued this far. Unfortunately, the current version is only to match with iOS 9.1 and it does not support iOS version came later to iOS 9.3.2.

Cydia Download on iOS 9.3.2


Even though most of the iOS users are now trying alter ways to get Cydia on iOS, jailbreak is the only way to full functional Cydia install. At the moment iOS 9.1 is the latest version to have Cydia install rights, and iOS versions after iOS 9.1 has not yet confirmed with Cydia privileges as jailbreak has not come with a positive respond to Apple’s latest software updates. If you are in view of getting Cydia install on iOS 9.3.2, you must take this wait for few further until a reliable party come with an official statement.

Should Jailbreakers upgrade to iOS 9.3.2?

As to the rule of jailbreak, users who are interested in getting iOS jailbreak benefits have to stay in the version not getting all updates Apple forces to upgrade, as it increases the chance of getting a jailbreak. As to the assumptions the latest iOS 9.3.2 is not really far from getting jailbreak access, but it is better to stick with the current iOS version you are now in operations until you get a true note on next jailbreak. In one way getting into the latest iOS version will make you more secure, but if you are in view of jailbreak it might distract you from getting a jailbreak. In that way, the excitement of getting the next jailbreak is absolutely high by now for most. So let us hope to get a worth news soon from Pangu, taiG or any other before the scope changes to iOS 10 that will probably unveil in June. So all we have to do is wait until something will turn right related to next jailbreak and iOS 9.3.2, as there are no updates yet.