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iOS 10.3.2 Beta - iPhone 5/5C Dropped | iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak - Geosn0w - 03-30-2017

Today we're discussing about a rather peculiar event in the Apple world, that is, the release of iOS 10.3.2 Beta that drops 32-Bits completely. Yes! Apple skipped iOS 10.3.1 completely and directly jump to iOS 10.3.2 for no obvious reason. iOS 10.3 was released only 1 day prior the release of the strange iOS 10.3.2, and it had 32-Bit support. It is not common from Apple to finish a Beta and to immediately start a new one, let alone one that has a strange numbering. 

Normally there should be IPSW files for both 32-Bit and 64-Bit, unfortunately this is no longer the case. iPhone 5 and 5C's last Beta was iOS 10.3 Beta 7 (the final / golden master version of iOS 10.3),  while iPhone 5S and up got iOS 10.3.2 Beta 1 available. In terms of changes, aside of the fact that 10.3.2 drops iPhone 5 and 5C, for the moment there are only security improvements and bug fixes. In iOS 10.3 a Javascript exploit has been patched as well. The exploit allowed remote access in Mobile Safari and was used to trigger ransomware (a form of ransom-related malware). The fact that iPhone 5 and 5C doesn't necessarily mean a bad thing. If a Jailbreak is released for iOS 10.3 on 32-Bit, Apple won't patch it (as Apple doesn't have a history on providing any new updates once a device gets dropped) so you will be Jailbroken for life.
Also, we're going to discuss about iOS 9.3.5 Jailbreak (Untethered) that is being demoed today (March 30, 2017) at BlackHat Asia by FiredAppleTeam!