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During the Apple 2016 WWDC event, people expect the company is going to unveil its iOS 10 and offer up information about the iPhone 7. Still, until this time, developers are working hard on eliminating bugs and errors that are plaguing the current iOS system.

Not too long ago, Apple developers released the first beta for iOS 9.3.2.  And, since that time, jailbreaking enthusiasts have been waiting to see if a jailbreaking tool would be available. There’s been no progress on that front, but rumors persist that it’s not going to be much longer before it occurs…perhaps even before the kickoff of the WWDC in June.



One of the most important updates to date is iOS 9.3, as it’s the first beta to be released since January for both developers and public beta testers to offer up their analysis. Its official release date was March 21, but shortly thereafter, there was an iOS 9.3.1 update to fix an issue where apps would stop responding when links within Safari and other apps were clicked. The repair was also geared toward the 64-bit problem of overheating and crashing, which happened when it connected to a fake Apple time server that was set to Jan. 1, 1970.

iOS 9.3.2 was released on April 6, and it was done to improve the performance and stability of the software.

There are quite a number of jailbreaking teams working hard to crack iOS 9.3 and later versions. According to www.taig9.com, they have a jailbreaking tool that’s browser-based. The important thing to note is that the website isn’t legit, and users have been tricked to download the files, potentially infecting their phones and other devices with malware. Nobody should download anything from the Internet that isn’t coming from the original source. It won’t be much longer that a jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.3 is available.

Until then, Windows users can use the iOS 9.3 jailbreak tool and the semi-jailbreak tool with the Cydia app download.

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