Today, we're discussing about two main subjects, Why Pangu Team did not release x32 device Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 and iOS 9.3.2, and the new F.C.E. 365 Firmware Manager version (v16) and what are the main changes in this version.
Pangu's decision not to create a 32-bit Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 might have been influenced by a poll regarding x64 and x32 iDevice users, where only a quarter of the devices are still 32-bit. More details in the video.
With the growing number of 64-bit SoC devices, it does not surprise us that Pangu decided to drop the 32-bit devices faster than Apple Inc. According to a twitter account who pretends to be 25PP Employee (PanGu's collaborators), Pangu might have something in store for x32 bit devices as well.
A Jailbreak for x32 devices might require new exploits or different exploits than those used in x64 version, but it is nothing Pangu can't do.
A new module was added that allows users to automatically fetch AES decryption keys from The iPhone Wiki without navigating to the site.
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Firmware Manager v16: //www.theiphonewiki.com/wiki/F.C.E._365_Firmware_Manager