It’s not difficult to say that many Apple users had expected to see a jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.3.2 by now or in the near future. Rumors are circulating that an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreaking tool is going to occur before a jailbreaking tool is even available for iOS 9.3.2.
While it may be surprising to some folks, it does make some sense if you consider how the iOS 9.3.2 version works. Many developers agree it’s got some privacy problems, and some users have claimed their devices will suddenly reboot. Worst, it uses a plethora of battery life. On top of that, the iOS 9.3.2 software has issues with Touch ID, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Apple Music and more.
There’s no doubt that iOS 9.3.2 is far from perfect, and ensures that the 9.3.3 version is much more stable. No real surprise since 9.3.3 was created to address the bugs in previous versions and would have more security patches from the company.
It’s been theorized that iOS 9.3.3’s stability is the reason Pangu, TaiG and other hackers are putting their attention for a jailbreak on it instead of 9.3.2. There are some folks who believe the jailbreaking teams will skip any tool for 9.3.2 and just release one for 9.3.3 instead.
Should this be the case, the chances are high that the jailbreaking tool for this operating version will be released in the near future. After all, the firmware’s fifth beta was recently released to beta testers and developers. A stable version for it may be released in the new few weeks.
Of course, developers and public testers have recently been offered the iOS 10 beta to try out. A stable version for it is anticipated for release in September. It’s believed that an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreaking tool will be ready before September rolls around.
All this information needs to be taken with a grain of salt. There’s been no official word from the hacking teams. And, things can change at any point. For instance, hackers could release the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreaking tool before they do iOS 9.3.2 or they may actually release one for iOS 9.3.2 before they do 9.3.3 and 10. And, it’s even possible that they avoid a jailbreaking tool for these versions and go straight for an iOS 10 jailbreaking tool.
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