The iOS jailbreak 9.3.2 is coming ever closer, with the release date just around the corner. But, at the same time, many individuals who are interested in iOS jailbreaking, in general, are wondering how this will connect to the iOS jailbreak 9.3.1, but also to the initial iOS jailbreak 9.3 that has been around for some time now. While some online resources claim that they offer this expected jailbreak, there are no legit releases as of this moment. But, there is plenty of information regarding how it connects to the iOS 9.3.3, but also possibly to the latest iOS 10. Additionally, it is important to note that there is no iOS 9.3 full jailbreak which is why iOS 9.1 is the latest version that can be said to possess the completed iOS jailbreaking procedure.
According to various sources, the mentioned 9.3.2 jailbreak is in existence and there is a video coming from Todesco that presents its existence through a browser-based process. It seems that the iOS jailbreaking teams are biding their time with sharing the releases because the iOS 9.3.3 is currently being developed. At the same time, Apple will most likely announce that their iOS 9.4 update will be ready soon and possibly serve as a precursor to the anticipated iOS 10. Because of this, many believe that the teams will wait for the release of the 9.3.3 update to release their own jailbreaks or even that they will first want to share the iOS 10 full jailbreak. However, because of the amount of time needed for this to be completed, there is only a slim chance that this will take place.
But, when it comes to the advancements that this iOS jailbreaking release will bring about, there is some information that paints a clearer picture. It will entail the presence of the Activator tweak, which allows users to setup automation, but also shortcuts for a range of things and actions, including reassigning buttons to control pretty much anything the user wants. An AppDrawer, which allows delegating applications in a way that they are not all present on the home screen, is also brought to the iOS using this jailbreak. The same version will allow, like the previous ones, for the users to install other browsers aside from the default Safari; the option is called Browser Changer and it will also provide users with the option of opening links in whichever browser they like. Finally, one of the most cherished jailbreaking options was the delete forever possibility, which users can employ to permanently defeat files using a single swipe.
While the public waits for the iOS jailbreak 9.3.2, there is no doubt that once it arrives, many users will be thrilled to get it on their smartphone and attain many useful features.