Pangu will not release jailbreak for iOS 9.2-9.3.3 without login

As the days go by, every time I'm more disappointed with the Pangu guys and I'm not the only one. Today many users are waiting for the Chinese to launch an unattended version of the jailbreak so that they do not have to activate it every time we restart the device. While the process isn't complicated, it's an annoyance we weren't used to with previous jailbreaks. Another of the hopes of passionate jailbreak users was related to the possibility of being able to jailbreak older 32-bit devices, such as the iPhone 4s, iPhone 5/5c, iPad 2, 3 and 4 with the iPad Mini, but as we informed you yesterday, the boys of Pangu they do not plan to release a version of the jailbreak compatible with 32-bit devices.

But also the guys from Pangu have just announced that nor are they going to release an unattended version of the jailbreak for devices with an iOS version between 9.2 and 9.3.3. The possible launch of this new jailbreak was one of the reasons why users have the opportunity to do so, so this jailbreak will be semi-free. Pangu confirmed this news on Reddit, stating that he is not working on this type of jailbreak.

Now we could say, which is always assumed when the launch of a new version of iOS is close, as is the case with iOS 10. Perhaps Pangu reserves something that could be covered by Apple in the final version, that if you have problems doing it, yes… apologies. no matter who likes it Pangu boys have lost interest in jailbreaking under conditions and the latest versions specify this. What seems to be clear is that as Pangu continues to be in charge of jailbreaking, there will soon be very few people interested in wanting to do it, including myself, and I have been jailbreaking since my first iPhone 3gs.

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