After unveiling it at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference, the American multinational technology company headquartered in Cupertino, California has released the second beta of iOS 10. The operating system will be officially released in September, but until then, Apple will continue to bring updates to the current iOS 9. Recently, the fifth beta of iOS 9.3.3 has been released to Developers and Public Beta testers and jailbreak fans are hoping that hacker groups will release a jailbreak tool for this software.
Apple has released iOS 9.3 in March and since then, the operating system was continuously improved and received new updates. iOS 9.3.1 brought fixes for an issue that caused applications to be unresponsive after tapping on links in Safari browser, and the other issue caused 64-bit devices to overheat and become unresponsive after a restart when connecting to a fake Apple time server which sets system time to 1/1/1970.
iOS 9.3.2 improved security and fixed a bunch of issues: some Bluetooth accessories had audio issues when paired to iPhone SE; some users couldn’t type email addresses when using the Japanese Kana keyboard in Mail and Messages; VoiceOver users had problems when using the Alex voice, as there was a different voice announcing punctuation or spaces; MDM servers were prevented from installing Custom B2B apps and sometimes users failed to look up dictionary definitions.
iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 was released on May 23 and the fifth beta came a week ago, with bug fixes and improvements. iOS 9.3.3 will be more stable than the previous version, but it won’t be completely bug-free and hackers could find exploits and use them to jailbreak the OS. Neither Pangu nor TaiG has announced a new jailbreak for either iOS 9.3.2 or iOS 9.3.3, but they might be trying to crack iOS 10 and will release the jailbreak when the time is right.
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