iOS 10 jailbreak release date: Pangu reportedly bringing out iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak first

The iOS 10 jailbreak won't be out anytime soon but iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak could see the light of day any day now.Reuters/Jonathan Alcorn

The jailbreak community has been waiting for new jailbreak tool, and rumors started to swirl about hacking teams waiting it out to release an iOS 10 jailbreak instead.

However, this may not be the case. Chinese hacking team Pangu has reportedly announced and sent invites for a special event scheduled tomorrow, July 1.

It is believed that a new jailbreak tool will be released there, but it's not going to be the iOS 10 jailbreak. Rumors have it that it will either be the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak or iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak.

That makes sense, of course, since iOS 10 still isn't around and is currently in beta stages. The mobile operating system won't be out until fall.

However, since it is being tested at the moment, a developer by the name of iH8snow managed to jailbreak the software.

If anything, his feat proved that even the landmark Apple iOS will have flaws that will allow developers to make a jailbreak tool for it.

Unfortunately, iH8snow has no plan of making his iOS 10 jailbreak public. However, this may not be the biggest worry of fans right now.

Pangu is expected to release the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak tomorrow, which means that users could get a load of it first before worrying about the iOS 10 jailbreak.

The latest jailbreak released to the public was for iOS 9.1. It was made available at a time that iOS 9.3 was already making its way to Apple devices so not many people benefited from it.

Either way, if the reports are to be believed, fans won't have to wait that long to see an up-to-date jailbreak tool after months of silence from the developers and longer months of waiting.

As for the iOS 10 jailbreak, fans can start looking forward to it by this fall.