iOS 9.3.3 is currently in beta testing and the latest stable public firmware is iOS 9.3.2. Meanwhile, iOS 10 beta 1 download is also available now to developers and is being tested for bugs and vulnerabilities. However, the real question is that where is the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak we are waiting for? Is anyone even working on it? Or should we stop hoping for it? Seems like, hackers are now targeting iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak instead of iOS 9.3.2. Read on for stories available around the net.
ChristianToday reported that the Pangu team has announced an event on 1st July and has sent out the invites. It is being said that the team may (or may not) unveil iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak at that event. But before you get excited, let us tell you that it’s a security conference and Pangu does not announce jailbreaks at security seminars.
Also, iOS 9.3.3 is still in beta stage, and if a jailbreak is released before the final stable version of the firmware is out, Apple will get a chance to fix all those security vulnerabilities. That will be a waste of the jailbreak. So unless Pangu is sure that Apple will be releasing iOS 9.3.3 for the public by the end of June, we are not going to see an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak release on 1st July and this is just a rumor.
A GottaBeMobile report says that Luca Todesco, an Italian hacker popular in the jailbreak scene, has already found the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak and has also probably jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 in beta. A couple of other hackers have succeeded in jailbreaking iOS 9.3.3 but will not release it. The reason why these hackers do not release jailbreaks is that they are capable of using exploits and codes to jailbreak iOS, but the regular iOS users need a proper jailbreak tool that is not their job. So if the hackers pass on the exploits to Pangu or TaiG, those teams can give us a usable jailbreak tool.
According to TechTimes, respected hacker iH8sn0w has already found an iOS 10 jailbreak. The hacker found the jailbreak for iOS 10 beta 1 and also released a video of it on YouTube. So at least we know now that iOS 10 can be jailbroken, and if iH8sn0w can do it, then so can Pangu and TaiG. It is possible that some of these exploits might get fixed in the first public release of iOS 10 as developers have a lot of time to find and pluck out these vulnerabilities.
But with some effort and patience, we are sure that a jailbreak team will be able to give us an iOS 10 jailbreak right after the firmware is released in September. Though please remember one thing- it is no one’s job to release jailbreaks, and hackers do it out of sheer passion. It has been seen that Luca Todesco, Pangu, and others have been receiving hate on social media for not releasing jailbreaks. Chill guys! They will surely release a jailbreak when they find it stable and safe enough for the users. And if we keep behaving like it’s their duty, then they will probably keep delaying it.
So be grateful and patient until someone releases an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, or perhaps, an iOS 10 jailbreak.