Jailbreak developers and Apple are playing the cat and mouse game. TaiG and Pangu teams of hackers have preferred to skip iOS 9.2 in favor of 9.3, and users were expecting to see a new jailbreak tool, but they won’t need to wait for too long, because these two teams might release a public version of their tools as soon as possible.
We don’t know the exact date when this will happen, and at the same time, it’s hard to understand why Pangu hasn’t released a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2, as according to some reports, this team of hackers has been very secretive and didn’t want to share any details about their work. But they were the only ones who were able to jailbreak iOS 9.1 and most likely, they’re working now on jailbreaking iOS 9.3, as well. Until that will happen, it’s safe to not upgrade to higher versions of iOS, because if there won’t be released a jailbreak tool in the near future, you’ll regret your decision.
Also, we suggest you to stay away from fake jailbreak programs which are containing malicious software. It’s important to know that when a new jailbreak tool is released, it’s announced on the hacking teams’ official pages, so you shouldn’t download everything you find on dubious websites.
After the incident with the San Bernardino shooter, FBI has managed to hack into the attacker’s iPhone, after Apple’s refusal to help the authorities to access that device. This means that Apple’s OS still has vulnerabilities, but the company has declared that it’s not intending to sue FBI for hacking into that iPhone 6. But Apple will surely try to make its operating system more secure, giving hackers a hard time breaking it in the future.
TaiG and Pangu continue to be quiet about the possibility to release a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3, but rumors say that things will change soon. It is known that the Italian developer Luca Todesco has managed to successfully jailbreak the first beta of iOS 9.3, but unfortunately, he didn’t want to make the jailbreak tool available for public.
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