In today's video we're talking about #Jailbreak status of the iOS 10.3.2 now that iOS 10.3.2 has been unsigned by Apple once and forever. Apple stopped signing the iOS 10.3.2 two days ago, and therefore, downgrades back to it are no longer possible.
iOS 10.3.3 is currently the latest version of 10.x and there are no known or publicly released exploits for it. The triple_fetch exploit released by Ian Beer of Google Project 0, is patched in iOS 10.3.3, so those of you hopping a developer would pick the exploit up and include it into a jailbreak, should NOT update to iOS 10.3.3.
As it is August, we can expect soon to get Adam Donenfeld's exploit that was scheduled to be released this month, again, compatibility with iOS 10.3.3 is not known,, and therefore, the safest versions to be on are iOS 10.3.2, iOS 10.3.1 and lower.
Phoenix Jailbreak came out of the blue, so the Jailbreak is not as dead as some might think, it has been created by Siguza and Tihmstar for iOS 9.3.5 on 32-Bit devices, chances are we might see other developers creating something for iOS 10.3.x in the future as iOS 11 is close to its release (in the fall).
If you've already updated to iOS 11 Beta or to iOS 10.3.3, at this point there is no way to go back to 10.3.2, stay on 10.3.3 and hope something will come for it, avoid iOS 11 tho, at least for the moment.
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