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The iOS 9.3.1 has been released for quite a while already and it seems that Apple has decided to stop signing iOS 9.3. With other words, if you’ve upgraded your iDevice to iOS 9.3.1 you will no longer be allowed to downgrade it to iOS 9.3.

However, it seems that Apple wanted to prevent users from downgrading back to iOS 9.3, as this version of iOS was full of security issues and bugs, which were solved in iOS 9.3.1. At the same time, the iOS 9.3.2 beta came with other improvements, which fixed more problems that the developers couldn’t fix with in iOS 9.3.1. With other words, currently, it is way better to have your device running on iOS 9.3.1 than on the bugged iOS 9.3.



iOS 9.3 Won’t Be Jailbroken

According to reports, a jailbreak will not be released for the iOS 9.3 and this is mostly because this iOS version contains too many bugs and issues. However, even if one of the hacker groups will release a jailbreak tool for the iOS 9.3, a good amount of users will not be able to access it, as they’ve already upgraded to the iOS 9.3.1 and can’t downgrade to the previous iOS version.

This means that there are high chances that the next jailbreak version will be released for iOS 9.3.1. First of all, iOS 9.3.1 is much more stable than iOS 9.3 and it is currently the latest public version of the firmware. This means that a good amount of users have it installed on their iDevices.

Currently, we can’t say anything for sure, but we’re pretty confident that Pangu team is already working on finding some jailbreak exploits for the iOS 9.3.1. We think that it is just a matter of time until Pangu will finally release a jailbreak version for the iOS 9.3.1 and this is the reason why we suggest the jailbreak fans to keep their devices running on iOS 9.3.1.

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