Jailbreaking iOS is not a new thing. People have been doing it probably since its invention. However, jailbreaking iOS 9.3.3 proved somewhat difficult. First, it took so long for there to be a jailbreak. Then, when Pangu provided a jailbreak tool, malware, and performance issues erupted, as we reported earlier.
Also, Apple noticed the jailbreakers and rolled out an update to reject the Pangu jailbreak and other forms of jailbreaking. Although some iOS users jailbreak for valid and good reasons, jailbreaking is not exactly something Apple welcomes with warm hugs. In fact, jailbreaking your device will render your warranty void.
Fortunately, you can reverse a jailbreak using Cydia Eraser, as we reported earlier. The tool lives up to its name by erasing all settings and apps and restoring your iOS device to its out-of-the-box state. Cydia Eraser works with iOS 7 all the way up to iOS 9.3.3.
Apparently, Apple is taking the necessary steps to make jailbreaking even harder. The update, iOS 9.3.4 rejects the Pangu tool. So, it goes without telling that the security in iOS 10 will be tighter. Pangu has not yet provided a stable jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3. Being one of the best providers of such tools, the future of jailbreaking is somewhat hazy.
Have you come across iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak tools? Be cautious of these tools as they are scams. They will not jailbreak your device but cause more problems. They are scamming sites that may even harm your device through malware. Instead of finding ways to jailbreak, relax and wait for the upcoming iOS 10, which is currently in beta mode 4.
We will keep you up to date with information about iOS jailbreaking. Stay tuned.