Chinese hacker had demonstrated the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.4 [video]
It’s been over two weeks since Apple killed the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3. Current at the moment the iOS version 9.3.4 is not compatible with existing tools for hacking the iPhone and iPad. Many people are interested in the prospect of seeing a cherished icon of app store on a fresh version of the OS and now there was some good news.
Independent developer Min Jeng has posted on YouTube a video showing the work Cydia on iPhone with iOS 9.3.4. Previously he went to settings and confirmed the version of the operating system. After that, the hacker has launched a exploit and a touch of a button in the window initiated the procedure of jailbreak. A minute later he came back home screen iPhone, which appeared the Cydia icon. The author of the video launched the app: the inscription in the status store indicates that the smartphone runs on the operating system, iOS 9.3.4, version 1.1.27 Cydia.
Min Jeng is not the first time it creates a jailbreak for iPhone. In June, a Chinese hacker has demonstrated an exploit for iOS 9. The developer discovered the vulnerability was relevant for 32-bit devices running iOS 9.2.1 and earlier versions of the OS. His invention he called the Flying JB. Then he shares it with everyone.
At the moment about the plans of the developer to release a public solution to jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 not reported. Its new utility Jeng called OverSky.
Recall that the iOS update 9.3.4 was released with the sole purpose to close a jailbreak vulnerability used to hack iOS 9.3.3. iOS 10 is protected stronger than the previous OS version.
Informed sources close to the developer team Pangu, announced that the jailbreak should be out in September, following the release of iOS 10. Finding hacking techniques for the next generation operating system that hackers could exploit a vulnerability to root access to the iOS 9.3.4.
To use the solution will be the only 64-bit devices: the exploit will not be available for iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPad 2, iPad mini and iPod touch 5G.