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Many have expected Apple to release the public version of the iOS 9.3 BETA 2 to beta testers last week, but it seems that there is still no news about it yet.

PanGu and TaiG are two hacker groups that are well knows for releasing jailbreak version of the iOS and it seems that Apple has been struggling to make its new iOS versions very secure in order to discourage the iOS hackers and stop them from developing jailbreak tools. However, it seems that both hacker groups have found in the past enough loops in the system and cracked the mobile operating system.

After cracking the mobile operating system, they can unlock various features and options, allowing the users to customize their devices the way they want. According to some rumors, in order to discourage Apple to develop an “un-hackable” operating system, the hackers have decided to release a jailbreak version for the iOS 9.2.1 right after the release of the iOS 9.3.

There are also speculations saying that PP, Pangu’s partner, already has the tool, but it’s not sure when it will be released. With other words, we’re pretty sure that these two hackers groups will keep on looking for loop on each new iOS version that Apple will release, despite of all the great efforts the developers will make in order to make this mobile operating system secure.

Right after Apple has released the iOS 9 back in September 2015, the company has launched some updates and fixed some of the well knows bugs in five different important updates. However, the iOS 9.0.1 version came with an issue that caused the slide to upgrade screen to freeze while updating from earlier iOS versions. Apple has fixed this issue by releasing another update a few weeks later.

At the same time, Apple has released the iOS 9.0.2 on September 30, 2015, which has fixed the lock screen bypass issue. The iOS 9.2 was released in December 2015 and it came with some new language support such as Arabic language and the USB Camera adapter which allows the iPhone owners to send their photos to any other Apple device without having to sync to a computer first. The latest iOS update was 9.2.1 and it was released on January 19, 2016.