In today's video we're going to establish the current situation of the iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak (and iOS 11) as of June Week number 3. This week a LOT of things have happened and we're now able to tell better the future of the Jailbreaking. After 2 days ago KeenLab has demonstrated a fully functional iOS 10.3.2 / iOS 11 Beta 2 JAILBREAK on both iPhone 7 and lower 64-Bit devices at MOSEC 2017. The Jailbreak presented by Liang Chen of KeenLab works from an iOS Application which hints at the fact that it is most likely semi-untethered (Like Yalu and the previous version of Pangu). MOSEC 2017 was organized by Pangu Jailbreak Team and PoC (Power of Community), but peculiarly enough, this year Pangu had no presentation. Of course, the Jailbreak demo was NOT part of the public schedule, and therefore, no one (but Pangu and KeenLab) knew it will happen. It pretty much came out as the biggest surprise of the summer.
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As for 32-Bit devices, KeenLab's demo did not seem to support them, but worry not, because a couple days ago, Stefan Esser (known as i0nic), a well known security researcher said that, due to iOS 11 not supporting 32-Bit devices, he might declassify some Kernel bugs (that were kept secret until now) and that were available for years, so you might still have a chance to Jailbreak a 32-Bit device if someone picks these bugs and exploits them.
In other news, the JBME page hosted by qwertyoruiop used in conjunction with Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.x (not 9.3.5) apparently has some problems. Some people report issues with jailbreaking from there, while for some people it works properly. If you have issues, comment down bellow. Luca is aware of the issues.