IOS 9.3.5 Stops an Attack That Jailbreaks, Hijacks iPhones

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Security researchers at Citizen Lab and Lookout worked directly with Apple to identify, and push an emergency patch to close the vulnerabilities.

It's best for the fans to just wait for more updates coming from Pangu or other OS hacking teams out there to come up with a crack for the latest iOS 9.3.4. He is the second individual to do so after Italian developer Luca Tedesco, who first installed the software earlier this month. However, it seems like some enthusiasts believe that the iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak version might not exactly make its way to the public - at least not sometime soon. Furthermore, this also meant that users could no longer downgrade to jailbreak using Pangu.

Apple released an emergency security patch Thursday version iOS 9.3.5 after discovering a spyware that lets hackers take full control of any iPhone.

The 39MB update doesn't list a particular flaw, and the version is not yet listed on the security content section off Apple's software updates page. After accessing the exclusive Members only area, there will be different software to choose from, along with easy to follow instructions. In addition, the support staff is there for you and will help you during the installation process.

In iOS 10, Apple has improved some applications and features based on the past user experience and reviews.

Nevertheless, this also doesn't mean that iOS 9.3.4 can not be successfully and operationally jailbroken.

In order to download the iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak, you will firstly have to register on Pangu's official website and, after that, you need to log in. This change was made on the sly by Apple, which had kept the news quiet until today's report.