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At the beginning of March, Pangu has released iOS 9.1 jailbreak, almost five months later after the hacking team has brought the iOS 9.0.1 jailbreak tool. Meanwhile, in January, Apple has started the beta testing program for 9.3 update and this version was finally released on March 21, but it contained some serious bugs, so a minor update was launched in short time, are there any chances to crack these iOS versions? Below, we’ll tell you what the current status update on the iOS 9.3 and 9.3.1 jailbreak is.

The iOS 9.3.1 update came with a fix for a bug that was crashing devices whenever users were tapping on universal links in Safari and other applications, but there are still some problems and Apple will need to fix them as soon as possible. However, there is no change log for iOS 9.3.1 on Apple’s security updates page and we’re pretty sure that the vulnerabilities that have been patched in iOS 9.3 are the same ones that have been patched in 9.3.1, this means that if there’s an exploit that works in iOS 9.3, it will work in 9.3.1 as well.

A while ago, Italian developer Luca Tedesco has posted a video in which he proved that he has successfully jailbroken the first beta of iOS 9.3, but he didn’t mentioned anything about releasing the jailbreak tool for public. Now, we’re waiting for the Chinese jailbreak teams Pangu and TaiG to bring a new jailbreak solution, but they usually stay quiet before releasing a new tool.

In this moment, nobody knows for sure if they are close in jailbreaking iOS 9.3 or 9.3.1, so if your iPhone is still running on iOS 9.2.1, it’s better to not install the latest update and just wait until the next jailbreak is released. Luckily, if you’ve accidentally upgraded to iOS 9.3/9.3.1, you are allowed to downgrade back, because the signing window is still open.