Latest Version Of iOS 9.3.3 Has Already Been Jailbroken

Apple only released iOS 9.3.3 in its initial beta state a few hours ago, but already, the newer iOS has been jailbroken by developer Luca Tedesco as indicated by a photo as a proof, posted a little while ago into the web.

Taking you to Luca posted on Twitter to show off the jailbreak of an iPod touch running the Cydia jailbreak store, also displaying the current version of iOS that, obviously is, iOS 9.3.3.


He is the guy who previously spoken about processing a jailbreak for iOS 9.3, and has also demoed it on video last year, but has not released it to the public thus far, and neither does he plan to. Now that, there is no way to jailbreak any version of iOS from iOS 9.2 and beyond, which makes this photo legitimate and Luca’s past claims particularly interesting to those who jailbreak.

For now, anyone wishing to jailbreak their devices can only do so as long as their hardware is running iOS 9.1 or earlier. Of course while doing that, it brings with it its own issues of instantly and missing features. Keeping up with iOS releases is vital, and if you want to stay jailbroken, that is not always an option.

Apple has been updating its latest iOS version with major update, still there is a respectable stack of new features on offer. The features aren’t the only reason you might want to consider updating, as iOS 9.3 and its followup releases bring with them bug fixes alongside numerous speed and security enhancements.

Currently, at this point, it is not expected that Luca will make this iOS 9.3.3 beta jailbreak, just like iOS 9.3 jailbreak, available to the public. While he as being a developer has his reasons for not wanting to either cash in or simply release the jailbreak for free to the public. But nevertheless, it is good t know that iOS 9.3.3 is vulnerable and can be jailbroken.

If you’re going to jailbreak, make sure not to upgrade beyond iOS 9.1, let alone the latest beta release available from the Apple Developer portal.

(Source: @qwertyoruiopz [Twitter])

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