While the Apple world is moving towards iOS 10.0.1, the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.4 & iOS 9.3.5 is now available with OverSky Jailbreak. Oversky, also known as Fly Jailbreak, is not an official jailbreak tool. It is an unofficial tool developed by a China-based developer known as Min Zheng. Min Zheng demonstrates the process of jailbreaking his iPhone 6 running with iOS 9.3.4. He also clearly shows how he download Cydia on his iPhone 6 with iOS 9.3.4. In addition, he had successfully jailbreak and install a few Cydia apps on his iOS 9.3.4 iPhone 6 too.


In the beginning of the video, the Chinese developer shows his iPhone 6 with iOS 9.3.4 version. He then run his own OverSky app to exploit iOS 9.3.4 kernel and patch those kernel. What OverSky do next is to install Cydia on the jailbroken iPhone. Everything seems happen within just two minutes. At the end of the video, you can see that Cydia is working fine on iOS 9.3.4. Popular Cydia apps such as IntelliScreenX and 3G Unrestrictor can be seen on the screen. It’s really amazing. For those who are interested to know how Min Zheng jailbreak iOS 9.3.4 with his own OverSky tool, here’s the video.


Other than Min Zheng, there is another Italian hacker Luca Todesco who also successfully jailbreak an iOS 9.3.4 iPhone. Luca uploaded an image to his Twitter account showing he has installed Cydia on iOS 9.3.4 without any problem.


With the video proof above, we strongly believe that iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak is already available. However, we do not know the compatible devices. No one know how it works on other iOS 9.3.4 or 9.3.5 devices such as iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 4S, or iPad Pro because the developer never explains anything. People who are keen on iOS 9.3.4 or iOS 9.3.5 jailbreak, stay tuned with Pangu or TaiG jailbreak because they are more popular and reliable. Instead, we suggest you not to update your iOS version if you still want to enjoy all the cool Cydia tweaks, cracked apps, and games. On the other hand, you can downgrade iOS 10 to 9 to continue enjoy jailbreak apps if you have upgraded recently by mistake.


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