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Apple’s annual WWDC 2016 event will kick off on June 13 and will last five days. Most likely, the company will unveil it upcoming iOS 10 and will give information about the next iPhone 7, but until then, the developers will focus on fixing bugs and errors in the current iOS. Recently, they’ve released first beta of iOS 9.3.2, but the jailbreaking community is still waiting for the iOS 9.3 jailbreak to come. Hackers haven’t been able to jailbreak this version, but there are rumors suggesting that they’ll manage to release the tool before WWDC.



iOS 9.3 was an important update and the first beta was seeded in January, to developers and public beta testers for testing purposes, but it was officially released on March 21. Ten days later released iOS 9.3.1 with a fix for an issue that was causing applications to be unresponsive when users where tapping on links in Safari or other applications, as well as fix for an issue that was causing 64-bit devices to overheat and crash when connecting to a fake Apple time server that set system time to 1/1/1970. Finally, on April 6 arrived the first beta of iOS 9.3.2 with general performance and stability improvements.

There are a few popular jailbreaking groups who tried to crack iOS 9.3 and there was even a fake website called www.taig9.com which claimed that it offers a browser-based jailbreaking tool and many people were tricked to download it. It isn’t known if their devices have been infected with malware, but on the off-chance, we suggest you to not download anything from the internet if it doesn’t come from the official source. When the time will come, TaiG or Pangu will announce the new iOS 9.3 jailbreak on their websites.

However, for now, iOS 9.3 Jailbreak is available with Pangu 9.3 beta tool for Windows users, while iOS 9.3 users have only the semi jailbreak and with it, they can download the Cydia app.

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