OverSky iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak for iPhone 6 With Cydia iOS 9.3.4 Demonstrated
Jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 achieved by Chinese team known as OverSky…
Apple released iOS 9.3.4 and started new era of rumors about jailbreak 9.3.4. Since the release of new firmware, all the jailbreak teams have tried to search new things to achieve jailbreak iOS 9.3.4.
However, different teams have already mentioned that they don’t have intension to release iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak as the new firmware doesn’t have any new things or features. Apple just released iOS 11.1.2 again to patch the exploit with the tag name of iOS 9.3.4.
But finally, iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak has been achieved by an other Chinese security researcher who is known as Min Zheng. He demonstrates jailbreak 9.3.4 on YouTube with the name of OverSky Jailbreak iOS 9.3.4.
OverSky which is also known as Flying Jailbreak is developed by Min Zheng and installed Cydia iOS 9.3.4 successfully. Interestedly, Cydia 9.3.4 works without any issue on iPhone 6. He successfully jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 and installed Cydia on this newly jailbroken iPhone 6.
Min Zheng demonstrates OverSky Jailbreak 9.3.4 that installs OverSky app on iPhone 6 that does exploit Kernel and patch those kernel and finally at the end of jailbreak process, OverSky installs Cydia iOS 9.3.4 on iPhone.
While iPhone was jailbroken, he returned on Home Screen where Cydia icon was present and interestingly it was working just fine. The developer operates Cydia 9.3.4 easily on newly jailbroken iPhone.
Unlike PanGu 9.3.4, OverSky iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak is Semi-Untethered or complete untethered jailbreak, it’s not clear. While demonstration of OverSky 9.3.4 jailbreak, Min Zheng never explains compatible devices whether OverSky jailbreak supports iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s which are 64-bit devices.
One more thing, the developer never told about release while demonstrating this jailbreak. But, it’s really great news that another team is working on iOS jailbreak which is going successfully.
If the developer has interest to release OverSky Jailbreak 9.3.4 publicly, we’d see another jailbroken firmware by Chinese team like PanGu and TaiG.