iOS 9.3 is vulnerable to jailbreak



A  hacker who has previously teamed up with TAIG  managed to jailbreak the latest beta of iOS 9.2.1. Monday and against all odds, since iOS 9.2.1 has not yet been publicly released, Apple released the first beta of iOS 9.3 and  to the jailbreak community , it meant closing Apple closed another loop hole that had been used to jailbreak the previous version, but luckily, this is about to change

Within hours of the launch of the first beta of iOS 9.3, Luca Todesco released a video in which he showed that he had also managed to jailbreak this new beta, so Apple is supposed to know the exploits which has Todesco used for the jailbreak.

When a video that showed evidence that jailbreak iOS 9.2.1, is possible Todesco not taught Cydia capture looked where I was using that version of iOS. The only thing is that you would have missed out on live video, no video capture springboard, which is as have other hackers and where it is clear that there is no trap. But it’s something.

In the video you can see some of the developments that come in iOS 9.3, as the configuration of what is known as Night Shift, a new option to change the system colors automatically to protect our sight.

So those who want to always have your iPhone released, fear not, there will always be available jailbreak. The problem, as happens at the moment, is that sometimes we have to wait longer than we would like.

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