iOS 9.3.1 / 9.3 Jailbreak For iPhone And iPad

iOS 9.3.1 / iOS 9.3 Jailbreak Status For iPhone And iPad


With Apple releasing a new firmware, may users are wondering about the status of iOS 9.3 Jailbreak For iPhone and iPad. The community has been looking forward to the launch by Apple of iOS 9.3 in its final version, like the release of the jailbreak for the same version of iOS but so far no luck. Since Apple released iOS 9.1 vulnerability patching all detected and used to iOS 9.0.2 jailbreak have known nothing about the jailbreak. Well yes, a few weeks ago the Pangu boys released the jailbreak for iOS 9.1, nonsense in the making.

When the iOS 9.3  final vesion was released, the most frequent question jailbreak users ask themselves was when will the next jailbreak be released. For those users who for whatever reason lost the jailbreak, then we will try to answer all the questions you have about it.


Current iOS 9.3 Jailbreak status

The main reason why many users are hoping to launch the jailbreak for iOS 9.3 or or iOS 9.3.1. is because some hackers have claimed and demonstrated that it is possible, even in the final version that Apple released a couple of weeks ago. Luca Todesco, also known as qwertyoruiop was the first hackers that successfully demonstrated the ability to jailbreak iOS 9.3, but also said he had no intention to release it publicly. Despite its negative, it is good to know that it is possible, th oly thig left to do is to only wait and see between Pangu or TAIG,  which group will find vulnerabilities and launch first iOS 9.3 Jailbreak

After launching the jailbreak on iOS 9.0.2, Apple quickly released iOS 9.1 closing all detected and used by the Chinese to access the system vulnerabilities. In later versions, the Cupertino have followed patching new exploits that would allow to access the system and be able to jailbreak, but apparently in iOS 9.1 they forgot one that allowed Pangu release a jailbreak for 64bit devices with iOS 9.1. But unfortunately the latter jailbreak for iOS 9.1 is not compatible with later versions.

Should I upgrade to iOS 9.3.1?

This response is easily answered. If you are currently enjoying jailbreak your device, the answer is no, because there is still no possibility to carry out this process in the latest version of iOS that Apple is currently signing. If, however, you have no option to enjoy the jailbreak the best you can do is upgrade to the latest version of iOS to enjoy all the news that Apple has included in the latest update.

Despite what you might think,Pangu and Taig are also concerned about the safety of devices based on iOS and as proof of their concern have made the announcement a few months ago recommending that users will update to iOS 9.2.1 to avoid suffer security problems than previous versions of iOS offered to users.

Jailbreak Community

There are many users who are expressing their resentment still can not enjoy the iOS 9.3 Jailbreak. Users do not appreciate the hard work involved to Pangu and TAIG to launch the jailbreak for free. This contempt for the hard work of these guys has caused the traditional jailbreak community has moved to China and have lost hackers recognized fame in this world as GeoHot, pod2g and the group almost entirely of evad3rs, who have left the community jailbreak in recent years.

Some of these hackers have turned to the more underground side and have chosen to sell vulnerabilities they find to government agencies or security company, sometimes by figures and according to the detected vulnerability can reach $500,000. So now the best bet to wait for the jailbreak for iOS 9.3 or 9.3.1 are TAIG and Pangu. But you have to be patient and let them work without being asking every day as will the jailbreak process.

Some people always try to trick users saying that for a small fee, can jailbreak version that is iOS, but as I have reported in this article that the latest version of Apple firmware is not compatible with it. The jailbreak only can be done with iOS 9.0.2 and 9.1 but only in 64-bit devices. In addition jailbreak process it is a completely free and can be done without the help of any expert.

Update: With the WWDC 2016 just around the corner, most likely iOS 9.3.2 is the latest version of IOS to IOS release 10, which will take place if there are no surprises, in September this year. This would give TAIG, Pangu or any other computer hacker who wants to try 4 months to work with the peace of mind do not take into account any future release, as it might be a beta of iOS 9.3.3 (which has not been released and is not expected to be launched).

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