Many iOS device users have been so thankful for the arrival of iOS 9.2-9.3.3 jailbreak. In fact, this has been an interesting jailbreak release just like the ones before. However, this one has some issues as some of the users reported some breaches in security due to the software included with its final release.
Semi-Tethered Jailbreak Issues
At the same time, the jailbreak was only semi-tethered, in which you will have to run an app to re-jailbreak it the moment your device goes off and on. This has not been ideal for most users who occasionally turn off their devices for some reasons.
Other issues include the involvement of certificates and the limitations of the jailbreak, which will only last up to seven days. Thus, you will have to run the jailbreak process once again.
New Jailbreak Tool
However, this current update has become friendly with the release of a new tool. This can be installed using the software from the developers of the Cydia app. It doesn’t need to have additional software and the good thing is that it is available in English. Moreover, there are no security issues yet.
Downgrade or Upgrade to iOS 9.3.3
If you have upgraded to the iOS 9.3.4 version, you will have to downgrade to iOS 9.3.3. At the same time, if you have been using the older version of the iOS, then you should consider upgrading to iOS 9.3.4.
Jailbreak Now or Never
Nevertheless, there is a word of caution that should remind you about jailbreaking with iOS 9.3.3. This is because Apple will soon stop signing the older iOS 9.3.3 which will happen anytime soon. When that time arrives, it will be the end of this jailbreaking tool. Well, perhaps until another tool is released.
If you are still wondering for the next big thing to happen, then you might have to take some time for that. In the meantime, you just have to execute the iOS version 9.3.3 jailbreak before it will be too late.