The iOS 9.3 is currently available in beta stage on the Developer Portal and to it have access only the users with Registered UDID. The public release of this update will happen this spring but until that day will come, the hackers will try their best to jailbreak iOS 9.3. One of them already found a way to do that and his name is Luca Todesco.
Luca Todesco is an Italian student who is known as qwertyoruiop. Until now, he managed to jailbreak the following iOS versions: iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.1 and iOS 8.4.1, and recently, he posted a video in which he proved that he was able to jailbreak iOS 9.3 beta 1 with his older method. Also, he installed the latest version of Cydia on his iPhone 6 and made a lot of fans very exited. Unfortunately for them, Todesco has decided to not release the jailbreak tool, saying that “there are some exploits that are ‘jailbreak-grade’ and others that are not”. By teasing the jailbreak community, he did a terrible mistake, because now, the users are accusing him of being arrogant and selfish and that he shouldn’t have bragged about his achievement.
Currently, Pangu and TaiG are working on finding exploits and vulnerabilities in iOS 9.3 so they can release a jailbreak tool right after Apple will launch this version to the public. Anyway, if you want to prepare your device for jailbreak and download the Cydia App on your iPhone running on iOS 9.3, here are the steps that you must follow:
In order to install Cydia App, open the Safari, or any web browser that you have installed on your iPhone, with the exception of Opera Mini, because it will not support this method. Now, search for iOS 9.3 jailbreak and on the results screen you will see a website with this url: iOS9Cydia.com. Access it and at the bottom of the screen you’ll find the UP arrow on which you’ll tap in order to bring in a new options page. You will see the option to Add to HomeScreen and by tapping on it, you’ll download iOS 9.3 cydia on your phone. It’s recommendable to keep its name as Cydia, so you can easily find it on your home screen. Now that the app icon is placed on the home screen, you can tap on and follow the latest news about the iOS 9.3 jailbreak status.
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