As we all know, Apple has been putting restrictions on their iOS devices for security reasons, while jailbreakers have been removing these restrictions to enable users to root their devices and download applications, extensions and themes that are not available at the official App Store. These restrictions have been prevalent on all Apple devices, such as the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Apple TV 2.
With every release of new iOS updates, it seems to be more difficult for hacking groups to come up with the Jailbreak version of the operating system. Since the iOS 9.3 is expected to be released soon, people are losing hope whether the Jailbreak version of iOS 9.1 would be released, not to mention the efforts of producing the Jailbreak version after iOS 9.0.2.
Because Apple has solved any problem of vulnerability in its devices, regularly rolling out updates, it would seem that jailbreaking groups are having difficulties in finding any success with iOS versions 9.1, 9.2 and 9.2.1. However, there was news that Lucas Todesco has successfully broke the iOS 9.2.1 earlier this year, even sharing a screenshot on Twitter to prove his claim, but unfortunately said that he will not be releasing the version for public use. Also, he added that it had been difficult to jailbreak the iOS 9.2.1 as compared to earlier version.
This said, jailbreakers suggested Apple users to downgrade their devices to be able to take advantage of the jailbreak. Seemingly as a result, Apple has also discontinued signing iOS 9.0.2 firmware, making it impossible for users to downgrade it.
Now, it would seem that jailbreaking groups and Apple device owners are shifting their focus on iOS 9.3, with reports popping up about the iOS 9.3 beta jailbreak. Though the actual method is not yet disclosed, it has been suggested by “Christian Today” that jailbreaking tools for this operating system will be released after it is rolled out.
iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak Drawing Closer with the Release of the iOS 9.3 Beta
Surprisingly, Apple issued the iOS 9.3 beta 6 to its registered developers, causing jailbreakers to wonder this would impact them, especially where the next iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak and that of the lower versions are concerned. Believe it or not, the jailbreak would be closer than you think! With developers waiting for the new OS to drop before the release of its new untethered utility, you could be looking at the brink of a new jailbreak for this system and the earlier versions, with the final version of the firmware expected this month.
Moreover, noting that the recent iOS 9.3 beta version does not bring any significant changes to the iOS 9.3, you can expect that the release would be the last beta before the public version. This means that once the iOS 9.3 is available, it would not take long for a new jailbreak to come.
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