Attention all the Apple iOS users, who especially use iOS 9.3.3 and even 9.3.2. Don’t let your hopes down, as we have got two rich and convincing information on the release of jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 and on its release.
The recent updates on iOS 9.3.3. Jailbreak reportedly states that the releases are expected from two major companies, Pangu group and TaiG9. As it was in the past, we all know Pangu released the iOS 9.0 – 9.0.2 untethered jailbreak, which was later blocked by the Apple. But jailbreak aficionados have it the news as, the Pangu team has given July 1 as the date to release the jailbreak of the iOS 9.3.3, which will be only a beta version.
Even though this is still a speculation, we all are assuming as ever since Pangu team sent out an invite mentioning there will be a special event on the first of next month. The downside to the installation of Pangu Team’s version of the jailbreak tool is that you will not be able to downgrade to the lower version if you want go back to it at all and it is also not vouched that the same tool will work for the newer versions.
This release is a dangling topic, because the last public release from Pangu was only for iOS 9.1. Because it was known to everyone later that a hacker from Italy named Luca Tedesco claimed that he was able to create a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3.1 and iOS 9.3.2, which in the end he wasn’t able to release it. Now that iOS 10 is in the talks, the Pangu team is all set and announced they will be setting a jailbreaking team to create a jailbreaking tool for the same.
However, recently only the Apple released iOS 9.3.3 for the developers and the TaiG9 team is now ready for the roll out of the public version of the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, which is reportedly compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod running iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3. Feel free to visit their website, www.taig9.com to know more about – how to install this jailbreak software into your phones in just 3 simple steps to get access to applications like Cydia demo, semi jailbreak Cydia, iOS emus, vShare, Flekstore and Jailbreak applications like Movie Box and Music Box. You have to keep in mind that only some are free out of all these.
Well, what we all feel is the Apple should make the upcoming iOS version skintight and unyielding to vulnerability as in iOS 9 versions. Hope for the stronger improvement in terms of software in iOS 10.