JailbreakMe 4.0 iOS 9 Jailbreak is official for your 32-bit devices

Any 32-bit device, which is any iPhone model that was released before the iPhone 5s can now be jailbroken. According to a video, if your 32-bit iPhone or iPad is running iOS 9.1 to iOS 9.3.4, it can become a piece of cake to jailbreak that device.

JailbreakMe 4.0 iOS 9 Jailbreak is official for your 32-bit devices

This JailbreakMe solution is similar to the ones that were announced a while back. In short, a community jailbreak member tihmstar reports that this was done using a bug within Apple’s Mobile Safari to build a solution that is viewed and executed through the same browser at jailbreak.me.

If you have a compatible device, then head on over to that website through Mobile Safari on the device and simply tap the ‘jailbreak me!’ button. The rest of the process will be executed directly on the iPhone or iPad. Just remember to leave it undisturbed. While this will be a very easy and fun way to jailbreak your device, there are some caveats that you need to hear about.

Firstly, this has been released without any support. Jailbreak developers and researchers invest a ton of hours sorting out bugs and other issues that help out the entire jailbreak community so you should only carry out the jailbreak if you know what you are dealing with. Stability is going to be an issue, but there is something else too.

This new JailbreakMe 4.0 solution is offered with no support whatsoever and absolutely no guarantee that it will successfully jailbreak the device. Remember, this was carried out as a fun project so the jailbreak community member could have carried out this process without taking a lot of things seriously.

Just know that there is still a large number of capable people that continue to do some darn good for the jailbreaking community and if luck is on your side, then there might be a jailbreak for iOS 11 coming very soon.

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