At a time Pangu new jailbreak rules, Apple has brought two new updates in purpose of security improvements. So now you must decide whether to upgrade or keep current iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak as your decision will really matters here as signing iOS 9.3.3 is no longer accessible. So get through my brief note where I try helping you to find the convenient action to get more worth to your iOS.
No More Signing to iOS 9.3.3
As to a recent announcement Apple has finally decided to close signing gates of iOS 9.3.3 together with previous iOS 9.3.2. So now you have no way to downgrade if you have upgraded to any of the above versions from iOS 9.3.3. For ordinary iOS users, this is not a serious deal at all, in fact they always prefer upgrading in terms of security and feature enhancements. But if you are a jailbreaker, hitting the update button means a lot. In fact it can keep you stuck with no jailbreak if it is like the current case where both iOS 9.3.4 and iOS 9.3.5 are with no sign of getting a jailbreak. In that way if you have upgraded to latest, it is time to say good bye for iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak.
Apple usually go for this limitation around two weeks from the latest iOS update, but here Apple has given a week more to decide whether to upgrade or keep iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. But now it is no longer possible as two new firmware updates are now signing above iOS 9.3.3.
Is iOS 9.3.5 worth enough to Give Up your Jailbreak?
Both iOS 9.3.4 and iOS 9.3.5 are security updates, specially iOS 9.3.5 Download that is recommended to all which comes patched with serious security flaws. But if you are a jailbreaker, upgrading to iOS 9.3.5 will keep you stuck with no jailbreak. So my advise here is to stay away from iOS 9.3.5/iOS 9.3.4 if you value keeping your jailbreak powers. In fact there is only a slim chance remained at iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak currently, which is more to uncertain. In that way terminating jailbreak powers in focus to a security update would be disadvantage for jailbreakers.
Pangu Road to Go
Currently Pangu Download works for iOS 9.2-iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, so we recommend to jailbreak with updated Pangu v1.1 that work across 64-bit device range with more favorable features. But remember it is still a semi-untethered jailbreak which needs of re-operating with every reboot.
Note: As to the freshest updates Apple has given approval to a new App store app which can use to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3. Namely the app is “PG Client” which can be easily downloaded and process across all the compatible devices. But only after minutes from this inspiring change, Apple has pulled the app from the App store
iOS 9.3.4 came with a sudden release, and with the all same iOS 9.3.5 released after weeks from its previous. Only taking days from iOS 9.3.4 official announcement there were posts saying iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak is possible with Luca Todesco’s experiments and then a video demo was too published by another team following steps of Luca. In that way iOS 9.3.4 was focused to some jailbreak discussions, but iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak is still silent which is weightier to uncertainty. In that way if you leave iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak in sake of iOS 9.3.5, you will be stuck with no jailbreak. So stay away from all latest iOS firmware updates as you have no option to get back a jailbreakable firmware by now. So stay with iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak and keep looking for iOS jailbreak updates ahead.
Pangu is highly focused on iOS 10 which will be in public hand around September, so stay tuned to collect more iOS jailbreak updates as coming month is reserved for inspiring jailbreak news.