Pangu 10.3.1 will be released anytime soon and it is expected that the Jailbreak tool will support 64-bit devices. The Pangu team is said to have a working Jailbreak tool and is working with iPhone 7.
With Luca Todesco gone in the Jailbreaking scene and Apple's new security measures, it seems like Jailbreaking is impossible to do. But the Pangu team proved the reason why they are one authority in the Jailbreaking world. The team is rumored to be demoing what looks like a jailbreak tool that runs on an iPhone 7, as reported by Redmond Pie. The demo is done with a supposedly Pangu member while a familiar looking Pangu jailbreak app is up on the screen. The title of the presentation is "iPhone 7 iOS 10.3.1".
There is also a possibility that the Pangu 10.3.1 could be released anytime soon. The said Pangu 10.3.1 is also compatible with iOS 10.3.2 beta versions, as reported by Pangu Jailbreak. This Pangu jailbreak tool is said to be compatible with almost all devices, including iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
A screenshot of a post on a Chinese social media site is also circulating on the internet. The post is being described as a "reliable source" and it is translated as "we are working with pp assistant. If agreed, within a week issued 10.3-10.3.1 jailbreak." The owner of the post is said to be a Pangu member. The account also replied to an inquiry where a user named Kinetic asks if the tool only works in iPhone 7 or other devices as well. The owner replied that it works in all 64-bit devices.
It is suggested that Pangu will release Pangu 10.3.1 for the public as soon as iOS 10.3.2 is available for download. This is to make sure that Apple cannot plug security holes that were exploited by the team. Things should be taken with a grain of salt, but with Pangu's reputation, it is kind of safe to assume that there is a working jailbreak tool and it might be released anytime soon.
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