iOS 9.3.5 Downgrade Promises to Lead to a Full Jailbreak
Even in the best of times, iOS Jailbreak solutions are hard to come by, especially because of the Apple’s constant and irreconcilable battle with a range of developers, all with the purpose of stopping access to its code. iOS 9.3.5 is an especially treacherous system for anyone who desires to attain an iOS jailbreak, but now, there appears to be an opening through which a downgrade solution can be found. With the help of a few dedicated individuals who are working hard on attaining a resolution to this issue, the problem of being trapped by iOS 9.3.5 could soon be over. Here are the key facts about the process and how could it play out in the near future.
The Jailbreak Team
In recent weeks, several individuals revealed that they are working on this project and they used Twitter to make their presence known. These include hackers @FriedAppleTeam, @alitek123, and @Thmitt, but no one can tell for sure if they are working in unison as a team or if they are approaching this as individuals. However, there is no doubt that all of them are cited as the sources of the solution that is about to hit the iOS Jailbreak community.
Timeframe and needed Platforms
There are no clear signs when exactly will this jailbreak solution become available, aside from the fact that the hackers have been working on it for more than 12 months. The reason for this is the fact that 32-bit mobile devices are as of now frozen and out of action. But, once the solution is out, the iOS downgrade from 9.3.5 to 9.3.3 will most likely be followed by a Home Depot solution or a Pangu jailbreak. The solution will demand a computer, which will have to be a Mac, so anyone with a Windows or a Linux PC will not be able to attain it. This fact is also clear to the people behind the solution, which is why there is a big chance that there will be some compatibility modifications once the jailbreak hits the devices. That is why those with a PC can still hope to get this further down the line.
Q&A with the Hackers
In a simple Q&A, the hackers offered a list of answers for those who had some type of a dilemma. In these, they said that blobs will be required, that the solution will work on a 32-bit device that is under the iOS 9 series, which means any of its versions. They also said that the solution will not trigger bugs and finally, that the downgrade should be out at the latest before the end of April 2017.
With this in mind, it is clear that the iOS Jailbreak is definitely on its way and anyone who wants to try it out should follow one or all of these hackers on Twitter and see when it comes out.