The users registered on Apple’s developer portal have received the beta version of iOS 9.3, but the teams of hackers are still struggling to release a jailbreak version for the iOS 9.2. TaiG is very ambitious and won’t stop until it will make a breakthrough with iOS 9.2, but the jailbreak version won’t be released very soon, although there are rumors saying that the team has already managed to successfully liberate iOS 9.2. However, there is a Twitter user who posted screenshots of his jailbroken iPhone running on iOS 9.3 beta 1, and he said that iOS 9.1 is easier to jailbreak.
TaiG and Pangu 9 are the most known teams of hackers who are making Apple’s “life” a living hell. They’ve managed to jailbreak many of iOS’ versions and the iPhone or iPad owners who used the tools to remove software were able to install tweaks from the Cydia store – applications with many useful features, and some of them being rejected on the App Store.
In the past days, you’ve been hearing about an Italian developer named Luca Todesco, who posted on Twitter that he managed to jailbreak iOS 9.2.1, but he didn’t specify if he will release the hacked version for the public. In addition, he warned the users to not update their devices to the latest iOS version, because they won’t be able to downgrade to the previous version. In one tweet, he wrote: “rule of thumb: if you want your devices to be exploitable, don’t update them. patched bugs are better for jb vs dropping 0day all the time”.
He also explained that “9.2 is much harder to jailbreak than 9.1, so if you are on 9.1, don’t update”. For now, the users are settling for downloadable jailbreaks for 9.0, 9.0.1 and 9.0.2, and maybe in a few months, the version for 9.2 will arrive as well. But according to Todesco’s comments, iOS 9.1 might get a jailbreak sooner than the newer operating system.
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