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Apple has just released the new iOS 9.3.2 and its users have been trying to find the gap and download the jailbreak tool for this version. According to some rumors, it may not be possible to jailbreak the new iOS 9.3. After the iOS 9 jailbreak including the iOS 9.0.2 jailbreak version, we haven’t seen any major reliable jailbreak tool available on the market.

‘Will the situation change and what will happen’? – is what many people are asking themselves as this point.



Wait, The Latest iOS Has Been Jailbroken?

WCCFTech has recently announced that the latest iOS 9.3 jailbreak has happened. However, the report is based on a Twitter-uploaded image featuring a jailbroken iOS device. The iPod Touch and how it is running jailbroken iOS 9.3 is shown on the image.

However, according to the same source (WCCFT), this may be the last iOS 9 jailbreak that we will see – and that there won’t be an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak released. Therefore, the chances to get the latest iOS jailbroken are very slim.

Is iOS 9.1 Jailbreak The Best Option?

According to many sources, the iOS 9.1 jailbreak is the best option – so users who have it should keep it on their devices and not try any tricks or download unofficial updates. Also, you should know that once you upgrade your iOS to the next version, downgrading is not possible.

Therefore, keeping the iOS 9.1 jailbroken is by far the bottom line of these rumors. And according to even more rumors, there may be an iOS jailbreak right before the Apple WWDC Conference happens. This is somehow logical since there won’t be such demand for the iOS 9 when the new iOS 10 is (supposedly) announced, letting the jailbreakers be worry-free.

So, What To Do?

So, if you have the latest official iOS jailbreak on your phone (the 9.1 or earlier versions), the best way is to keep it that way. Well, at least until we don’t get information on the newest official iOS 9.3 jailbreak.

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