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iOS 9.3 Jailbreak Updates: Latest News On Hacking Tool As Focus Shifts To iOS 10

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iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak
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It?s been quite a long wait for the jailbreak community since the release of the last iOS jailbreak tool (JB) and Apple iPhone users are rather impatient for months now to see a jailbreak release for iOS 9.3.3.

With Apple updating the iOS 9.3.2 to iOS 9.3.3 in the upcoming weeks, expectations still remain high that hackers will get the new operating system to work with a jailbreak tool. Rumors now point towards July 1 as the possible release date of a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2 or iOS 9.3.3 from Chinese hacker groups such as TaiG and Pangu. According to several tech news sites, Pangu and TaiG have planned something bigger as they reportedly sent out invites for a July 1 event and speculations point to a new jailbreak attempt. Reports remain hopeful for a new iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak tool that will even work with the newer 9.3.3 upgrade.

However, jailbreaking seems quite dead for now with the community hackers not releasing regular updates to iOS 9.3 which saw many fixes and updates over the past several months. There seems to be no concrete information whether or not we may actually see an iOS 9.3.3 JB tool.

Earlier, rumors had pointed to an iOS 9.3.1 JB tool release prior to Apple?s WWDC event, but to the utter disappointment of fans, even after the event, no JB tool surfaced. The proprietary iOS has been regularly updated from iOS 9.3 to iOS 9.3.1 and later on iOS 9.3.2 but neither of these updates have a jailbreak tool. In fact, the future jailbreak for iOS 9.3.1 or may be even iOS 9.3.2 seems rather dead. The hopes of a number of jailbreaking fans have turned to iOS 9.3.3.

Even if the jailbreaking community somehow manages to release an iOS 9.3.3 or iOS 9.3.2 JB tool, a significant problem that pops up is the inevitable iOS 10 update for iPhones, iPads and iPods.

The good news though is that some of the hackers have already shown on YouTube how easy it is to break the security barriers of a fully tethered iOS 10. Still, several of these like minded hackers prefer not to publicly release their iOS Jailbreak tools. Also of a matter of concern is Apple continuously updating the iOS system which probably is done for the company to remain ahead of the hacking community which is seemingly working.

Overall, jailbreaking seems to be a losing trend now and many have indicated that it brings a lot more trouble than the free apps that it offers are worthy of. It not only brings in a lot of viruses and bugs but the security of your mobile device is also compromised.

If you don?t want to miss out on the jailbreaking fun, it is wise to be cautious especially since a lot of fake websites have cropped up providing jailbreaking in exchange for money. It is better to avoid these sites as verified JB tools are sure to be free on the internet. Also, so as not to compromise the safety and security of your iPhone.

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