When a new jailbreak is released, we know that Apple is going to come up with a patch for it at some point and that makes it all the more important to get the jailbreak downloaded onto our devices quickly. PPHelper for iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 has been patched up iOS 9.3.4 and, as the Cupertino Company has now stopped signing the lower firmware, if you did update, you can’t go back to it. iOS 9.3.4 contained only security fixes for the jailbreak and iOS 9.3.5 download [ext link], just released, is also a security fix only. However, this one is for something more serious – Stealth Software that can be downloaded silently onto your iPhone and used to track it, to intercept phone calls and messages and to access and read your contacts, emails and text messages.
Image : iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak Update
Should we Update to iOS 9.3.5 ?
If security of your personal data is important to you then, yes, you should update. We have no way of knowing how many iPhones have been infected with this software but, if you do go ahead and update, you will lose your jailbreak and the opportunity to re-install it. The choice really is yours and its down to you to determine if you want to keep your jailbreak or if you want to take full advantage of the security fixes that Apple has provided.
iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak Release Date :
It is too early to say whether Pangu, or anyone else for that matter, will be able to provide us with an iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak [ext link]. As soon as a new iOS firmware is released, the jailbreak teams immediately delve into it to see if Apple has left any cracks in the firmware that can be pried open and used in a jailbreak. As iOS 9.3.5 is a new release, Pangu will only just have started looking at it and, although we expect jailbreaks to be released immediately, it is a long process to find the exploits and turn them into a usable utility.
Image : Cydia iOS 9.3.5
For that reason, if there is going to be an iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak, we mustn’t expect it to be released straight away. We should also take into account that iOS 10 is heading towards the end of the beta testing stage and Pangu will have been working on that as well. It could be that they opt to ignore iOS 9.3.5 and leave PPHelper [tutorial] as the final iOS 9 jailbreak, concentrating their efforts entirely on a jailbreak for the next generation iOS.
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