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People who want an iOS jailbreak tool for the iPhone iOS 9.3 are in for some disappointing news – there’s not one available.

In fact, there may not be one as the iOS 10 is about to be released and Apple is testing beta and making updates to 9.3. There’s a minute chance for a jailbreaking tool for 9.3 but it may be too late based on the current circumstance.

October 2015 was the last time a jailbreaking tool was made available. While the jailbreaking cycle is anticipated to be consistent, the reality is that operating systems change. And, everybody is waiting for the new iOS 10 to be released. For that reason, Pangu and many other jailbreaking teams are asking themselves if they should bother creating an iOS jailbreak tool if a new version is about to be released.

What Are Some Alternatives To An iOS Jailbreak

For people who want a customized iPhone that’s geared toward their needs, there may be a solution such as ppsideloader and Extensify, which can be found in the App Store. For some folks, Sideloading is an imperfect alternative to the jailbreaking option.

Still, the iOS 9.0 is the latest version to have an official iOS jailbreak to it. And, since the latest operating system is rather useful, why shouldn’t they upgrade?

Will The iOS 9.3.2 Jailbreaking Tool Be Released Before June’s WWDC Event?

Tech Times has reported that an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak tool would be released before the WWDC event, and before the company unveils its new iOS 10 and iPhone. This leads to the question: should people wait to upgrade and hope that an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreaking tool is on the horizon? The wait could be excruciating.

Of course, with iOS 10 being set up on the new iPhone, jailbreakers have their work cut out of them. Will it happen before the WWDC? Only time will tell!

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