Last month, Apple announced the iOS 10 at the WWDC 2016 in San Francisco. The iOS 10 beta 1 is already available for the compatible iPhones, iPads, and iPods. As of now there is no information about the specific date for the launch for the public launch of iOS 10 but is said to be available in the next couple of months. Pangu is the Chinese-based team which had recently released the jailbreaks for iOS 9 and iOS 9.1. Now the same team has shown the iOS 10 at the MOSEC Security Conference 2016 held in Shanghai, China.
From the images, we can see the Cydia installed on the iOS 10 running on the latest iPhone, though there are no details about the public release. Cydia can also be found on the Siri app suggestion widget. Though there is no confirmed source, the team is said to release the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak very soon. But the other team who presented at the event, POC, mentioned the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak release within a week as a rumor. The Pangu team also showcased the privacy related problem in the iOS 9.3.2 update where the attacker can screencast the iOS devices.
Though we expect the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak, there will be little chance for the final version of iOS 10. Currently, the iOS 10 is in the Beta 1 stage, and the company may fix the vulnerabilities by the time of public launch. If your iPhone or iPad or iPod is running on iOS 9-9.1, then you can still jailbreak your device. But if your Apple device is running iOS 9.2 or the latest versions, then you need to wait for the Pangu jailbreak for the iOS 9.3.2. Stay tuned on Phoneradar, as we update the step-by-step process for jailbreaking your device once the jailbreak is released.