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iOS Jailbreak Update: Apple Releases iOS 9.3.3 Final Version; No Pangu Jailbreak Tool Yet

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Apple officially released the iOS 9.3.3 on July 18. However, Pangu has yet to release a jailbreak tool for the latest iOS version.

The Pangu site has yet to place an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak tool available for download. The Chinese hacking group has not yet made an announcement on when they will release a jailbreak tool for the iOS 9.3.3 or even the iOS 9.3.2

Apple released the iOS 9.3 on March 2016. The iOS 9.3.3 underwent five beta stages before the final version was released. The latest iOS update contains patches for known bugs, a few improvements and a security update, according to Forbes.

However, iOS users will only have a few months to enjoy the upgrade. In three months’ time or less, the new iOS 10 is going to be released, including presumably the new iPhone 7. Apple promised more new advanced features from the upcoming iOS 10.

Incidentally, Pangu showed an iOS 10 jailbreak demo at MOSEC in Shanghai. There was a rumor back then that the Chinese hackers would soon release jailbreak tools for the iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3. Unfortunately, no such tools are forthcoming at this time.

There are jailbreak tools out there ready for download, but are mostly for the iOS versions. Apple has also taken the step of preventing iOS users from downgrading to earlier versions. For example, iOS 9.3.2 users could no longer downgrade their systems, according to Value Walk.

More than a month ago, Italian iOS jailbreak expert Luca Tedesco posted a video showing how he supposedly jailbreaked an iOS 9.3.2. However, he also is known for his unwillingness to share the jailbreak tools he used to the public.

He did tell the public that he took advantage of the “GasGauge 0day exploit” in order to jailbreak the beta versions. However, Apple has patched up that exploit.

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Suicide bombers at Kabul demonstration kill at least 29

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KABUL Suicide bombers hit a large demonstration by members of Afghanistan’s Hazara minority in Kabul on Saturday, killing at least 29 people and wounding 142, officials said.

Graphic television footage from the site of the blasts showed many dead bodies lying on the bloodied road, close to where thousands of Hazara had been demonstrating over the route of a planned multimillion dollar power line.

Mohammad Ismail Kawousi, a spokesman for the ministry of public health, said at least 29 dead and 142 wounded had been taken to nearby hospitals but the numbers may change. It was not immediately clear how many bombs were involved in the attack.

Emergency vehicles were at the site and wounded were being carried away.

Much of the city centre had been sealed off with stacks of shipping containers and other obstacles as the march began earlier on Saturday, and security was tight with helicopters patrolling overhead.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blasts, which came some three weeks after a suicide bomber killed dozens of people in an attack on newly graduated police cadets that was claimed by the Taliban.

“Opportunist terrorists went among the protestors and set off explosions that killed and wounded a number of our countrymen including security and defence personnel,” President Ashraf Ghani said in a statement.

Saturday’s demonstrators had been demanding the 500 kV transmission line from Turkmenistan to Kabul be rerouted through two provinces with large Hazara populations, an option the government says would cost millions and delay the badly needed project by years.

The Persian-speaking Hazara, a mainly Shia group estimated to make up about 9 percent of the population, are Afghanistan’s third-largest minority but they have long suffered discrimination. Thousands were killed under Taliban rule.

The protest by a group whose leaders include members of the national unity government had put pressure on President Ashraf Ghani, who has faced growing opposition from both inside and outside the government.

It also risked exacerbating ethnic tensions with other groups and provinces the government says would have to wait up to three years for power if the route were changed.

The transmission line, intended to provide secure electricity to 10 provinces is part of the so-called TUTAP project backed by the Asia Development Bank, linking energy-rich states of Central Asia with Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Hazaras say they want the line to come through Bamyan and Wardak provinces, west of Kabul, where many Hazaras live, to ensure their power supply.

The government says the project already guarantees ample power to the two provinces and denies it disadvantages Hazara people.

Under current plans, due to be implemented by 2018, the line will pass from a converter station in the northern town of Pul-e Khumri to Kabul through the mountainous Salang pass.

An earlier plan foresaw a longer route from Pul-e Khumri through Bamyan and Wardak, but this option was dropped.

(Additional reporting by Hamid Shalizi; Writing by James Mackenzie; Editing by Robert Birsel, Tom Hogue and Hugh Lawson)

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