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Looking for an iOS Jailbreak on the newest, iOS 9.3 version?

Well, you are not the only one. In fact, a lot of iPhone hackers are trying to get into the newest version. However, a legitimate iOS jailbreak 9.3 is still not possible. Wondering why is this the case?

Well, the world stands still before the next generation iOS 10, and with it, Apple is working full-steam with testing betas and updating the iOS 9.3. This gives a slight chance for an iOS 9.3 Jailbreak – meaning that jailbreaking may be over or irrelevant with the current situation.

The last iOS jailbreak to happen was in October last year. And although the jailbreaking cycle is expected to be more consistent, the operating systems are changing as we speak. Currently, everyone is awaiting for the next and brand new iOS 10. This makes Pangu and others in this industry think:

“Why would I waste my time on an iOS jailbreak when there will be a new version in a month or so?”

The iOS Jailbreak Alternatives

Do you still want a hacked and customized iPhone – tailored to your needs?

There may still be a solution to this, although useless. The apps you can find in the App Store like Extensify and ppsideloader have been alternatives to hacking the iOS completely and running Cydia afterwards.

Sideloading is definitely a limited alternative to a jailbreak, according to us. However, the fact that iOS 9.0 is the latest version with an official iOS jailbreak is definitely a tough pill to swallow. Also, the new operating system is extremely useful to everyone, which makes no logical reason at all why we shouldn’t upgrade on it.

iOS Jailbreak 9.3.2 To Launch Before WWDC Event In June?

According to Tech Times, there are rumors that the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak will happen after all. In fact, it will launch right before Apple’s event in June where they will (hopefully) present the new iPhone and normally, the iOS 10.

Will this be the last ‘ticket’ to running iOS 9.3.2 with a full jailbreak? Let’s face it – running the previous version with a jailbreak and not expecting the newest one (on the iOs 10) will be definitely a pain for many.

However, as the iOS 10 gets officialized with a new iPhone as well, there will be a lot of work for the jailbreakers. Hopefully, we will see the iOS jailbreak in the quickest time possible – and won’t need to go for the rumored iOS 9.32 jailbreak right before the WWDC conference is held.