Apple recently released the second beta of its iOS 10 software at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. The official release is set for September, but until its release, the company will offer updates to iOS 9, with the fifth beta release 9.3.3 being offered to public beta testers and developers.

Jailbreak fans hope hacker groups will come up with a jailbreaking tool for the software.

In March, Apple released the iOS 9.3 software, and since that time, the operating system is constantly being improved up and getting new updates.

iOS 9.3.1 was developed to fix the issue that resulted in applications become unresponsive after links were tapped in the Safari browser. It was also developed to repair an overheating issue on 64-bit devices that caused devices to stop responding after a restart that connects to a fake Apple time server, setting the time to 1/1/1970.



iOS 9.3.2 was developed to improve security and repair a host of issues: audio problems with some Bluetooth accessories when connected to iPhone SE, VoiceOver users had issues with the Alex voice, MDM servers stopped the installation of Custom B2B apps, and some users were able to look up definitions.

iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 was made public May 23, with improvements and bug fixes. It’s far more stable than previous versions, but it’s not completely bug-free, and hackers could potentially use the exploits to develop jailbreaking tools.

TaiG and Pangu have yet to make an announcement for a new jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.3.2 or 9.3.3, but that’s because they may be attempting to crack iOS 10 and release the jailbreak when it’s the right time.

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