In the iOS community, Pangu Jailbreaking team is a popular name. The Chinese programming team has been developing and releasing several jailbreaking tools. These tools are mainly used as an aid in skirting restrictions configured by device manufacturers. In addition, these tools allow root access to the iOS operating system, which in turn permits the user to install applications that are not available in the official Apple store. Aside from this, it also enables users to customize devices to their liking.

New jailbreak tool

Recently, the Pangu jailbreaking team did just that with the iPhone 7 running on iOS 10.3. Since then, several reports are hitting the web on a potential release of a jailbreak tool that will work on iOS 10.3 and 10.3.0.

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The reports previously claimed that it would be released in the early part of May 2017. While the much-awaited release did not take place, fans of the team are still hopeful that it will be available to users after May 15.

Dubbed Janus, the highly anticipated iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak tool, according to reports, might be released as soon as the Cupertino-based tech giant unveils the #iOS 10.3.2. Currently, the next operating system from Apple is in beta 5 and is expected to become official this week.

Tentatively, the Cupertino-based tech conglomerate will make the iOS official between May 15 and May 29. It's possible that the Pangu jailbreaking team is just waiting for the perfect time to run their tool on the iPhone maker's latest operating system before finally making it available to the public.

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Yalu102 update

New updates have been rolled out for the Yalu102 jailbreak. The recent tweaks enable users to give information on the amount of time remaining until the next update. Previously, if a user wanted to use the jailbreak tool for an iOS device, the tool would have to be downloaded every time from a desktop. The good news is that right now, with the latest tweak, users of iOS devices will now know the precise time left to re-process the jailbreaking tool. This latest update that added the time tracking capability to the tool is called CertRemainTime. The tool is now available for users on Cydia's BigBoss Repo for free.

Meanwhile, you can check out the video below for a demonstration of how to use Pangu jailbreaking team's tool for jailbreaking iOS 10.3.1. If you want to follow the steps, proceed with the utmost caution, as this can potentially damage your device if done incorrectly.

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