iOS 9 Jailbreak News and Updates: A Release Date not Close!?
An iOS 9 Jailbreak has been in Apple user's checklist right now and it looks like they need to wait longer for its release!
According to recent reports, Taig and Pangu has not gotten any breakthrough just yet. With Apple's improved security feature that was almost deemed unjailbreakable. But will all know that with a little more effort goes a long way, and the two jailbreakers hasn't given up just yet.
In relate to that news, Tech Times reported that the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2 will be released prior to Apple's annual five-day long Worldwide Developer's Conference or WWDC, which is slated to begin on June 13. Whether that news is true or not is still yet to be seen.
In our previous report, Apple users should be delighted that iOS 9.3.3 has just been jailbroken, but its release date is still unknown.
According to WCCFTech, an iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 was released and already we are seeing that Cupertino's new firmware has been jailbroken. This is great for Apple users who have been waiting for a jailbreak since the release on the iOS 9, but there's also a bad news which is really going to going to make some of Apple users mad.
Although the jailbreak has been made, the one who did it isn't really going to give it just like that. The person behind the jailbreak is Luca, and he has teased a jailbreak in the past as well, but again made the revelation that he has no plans in releasing it just yet. Will Luca ever release the jailbreak, that is yet to be seen.
According to MasterHerald, Pangu and TaiG both claim that the new iOS can easily be jailbroken using both partial and full jailbreak methods. The two jailbreaking teams offers Apple users a jailbreak tools together with the procedures on its respective website, so this means its user friendly.
Redmond Pie noted that, the iOS jailbreak community are apps that could be used to jailbreak Apple devices running iOS 9.2 and up. This means that as of today, there is no jailbreak yet for the; iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3, and iOS 9.3.1