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If you look on the internet, you’ll find many fake iOS 9.2 jailbreak tools and we suggest you to not download them because they’re most likely viruses and will destroy your device. At this moment, there’s no available iOS 9.2.1 or iOS 9.3 jailbreak, but as soon as we’ll find out more details, we will let you know. If rumors prove to be right, then soon we’ll have a iOS 9.3 jailbreak, as a hacker found on Twitter under the name of @enMTW managed to jailbreak the beta 3 and when iOS 9.3 will be out, he will release a jailbreak tool.



@enMTW said that he won’t rush to release the jailbreak tool because he’s waiting for Apple to bring the iOS 9.3 update. On the other hand, Luca Tedesco, an Italian developer, has said that he has a legit and working jailbreak on iOS 9.2, 9.2.1 and iOS 9.3, but he will never release any of the tools. However, he just showed screenshots or videos of his iPhone with the Cydia icon on the home screen, and this doesn’t necessarily mean that what he claims is 100% true.

Until mid-February, there was no news regarding a possible iOS 9.2 jailbreak, but neither Pangu, nor TaiG has given up on trying cracking the current iOS 9.2.1. The last known working jailbreak is for iOS 9.0 – 9.0.2 by Pangu, but since iOS 9.1, Apple has patched all vulnerabilities and since then, the hackers have been unable to bring another jailbreak tool. Pangu Team member dared to tell the user that they can upgrade their iPhones to iOS 9.2.1, suggesting that the jailbreak might come soon. Now, we’re just waiting to see if @enMTW is a serious hacker and he will release the iOS 9.3 jailbreak after the update will be pushed out.

For now, the Apple users can try out the third beta of iOS 9.3, which carries the build number 13E5200d and offers new features, such as the Night Shift mode (which can be enabled/disabled with a Control Center toggle), new 3D Touch Actions for Apple’s applications, improvements to News, Notes, Health, and WiFi calling for Verizon’s users, alongside a bug fix for the T-mobile network.

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