The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference will kick off in less than two weeks and Apple is expected to unveil iOS 10, but jailbreak fans are still waiting for some iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak news. A few days ago, famous Italian developer Luca Todesco has teased its fans with the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, but once again, he refused to release the jailbreak, preferring to keep it to himself.
The main hacker groups Pangu and TaiG have been quiet lately and they continued to work in silence on jailbreaking Apple’s latest update and they haven’t announced if they managed to crack it or not. However, there’s a new player in town, a jailbreak team named GSMagic Team which posted on its Twitter account that it has successfully jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 beta on iPhone 5 and 6s and there’s even a video as a proof.
Lately, many fake jailbreak tools have been posted on the internet and those who thought they’re real have installed malware on their devices. Many naive people believe are tricked to install viruses disguised as software and we’re not only talking about jailbreak tools.
And many were skeptical when GSMagic Team showed up, being worried that these hackers are only after people’s money and their jailbreak tool is fake. But the video they’ve posted on Twitter clearly shows that they’re serious and that it works on iPhone 5 and iPhone 6s. Unfortunately, likewise Luca Todesco, they haven’t specified if the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak will be released, but if they will decide to do it, they’ll announce it on their Twitter account.
If none of the hacker teams will release an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak before Apple will showcase iOS 10 and this new operating system will be available as betas, then hackers will be forced to give up on their previous work and focus on the betas, because Apple will patch all vulnerabilities.
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