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It doesn’t matter if you want the different features of the latest iOS version or if you want the advantages that come with security patch-ups and bug fixes, everything becomes complex when talking about a jailbreaking tool.

If you want to use a jailbreaking tool for your device, there is another factor you’ll need to consider:

Does the next iOS version actually have a working jailbreak method?

A Look At iOS 9.3 and 9.3.1

There’s a number of folks who are currently working on potential jailbreaking tools… each one with their own motive. Still, there’s a really long list of folks who are patiently waiting for the announcement of a jailbreaking tool that will allow them to jailbreak their phones and keep its functionality.

And, the latest jailbreaking tool people are looking for is the iOS 9.3 and 9.3.1.

iOS 9.3 offers an array of UI updates, Night Shift, security updates and a some basic updates that includes making Siri even better with new languages she understands. iOS 9.3.1 makes 9.3 better by fixing the instability problems and the bugs users had noted on.

The Latest Jailbreaking News

On April Fool’s Day, it was noted that a complete jailbreak for iOS 9.3 and 9.3.1 was released. However, it later learned it was an April fool’s prank, one that people didn’t feel happy about.  In fact, some were confused as to why the tool didn’t effect anything.

Apologies For The Prank

Most people turn to Google first to find jailbreaking tools. If most folks are not acquainted with the Internet, they may find websites that don’t help them much at all.  There are a number of websites that look similar to Taig and Pangu’s websites but they’re not them. And, anyone who downloads a “jailbreaking tool” from these sites may end up with malware installed onto their phone.

As it currently stands, there’s no current working jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.2, 9.2.1, 9.3 and 9.3.1.  For 9.1., 9.0.2, 9.0.1 and 9.0 is available from Pangu; TaiG can help with 8.1.3, 8.2, 8.3 and 8.4.

People need to remember that for every update that’s rolled out, a new jailbreaking tool needs to be worked on and offered. Is the jailbreaking perks worth the constant updating?