Apple recently released iOS 9.3 beta v5.0 to its affiliated developers and programmers. However, an Italian hacker claims he owns the software that can break the latest iOs version. The news comes as a suprise, because popular hacking groups--Pangu Team and TaiG--have been unsuccessful in developing new jailbreak software.
We've gathered all of the latest news on the web so you'll how to install jailbreaks in Apple iOs version 9.1, 9.2, 9.3.
International Business Times reported that an Italian hacker, Luca Todescoaka aka qwertyoruiop, found some glitches in the iOS kernel and jailbroke the operating system. As of now, it is reported that Apple has not yet fixed the holes in the system.
Many Apple users are waiting for the launching of new jailbreak software, but Todescoaka is still tight-lipped about the release date of the software.
On other hand, this latest information may give hope to many jailbreaking enthusiasts. Pangu Team and TaiG could now look deeper into the iOs system to find security holes discovered by Todescoaka, who also reportedly broke previous iOS versions, such as 9.2.1, 9.1 and 8.4.1.
Interestingly, the hacking groups may just be biding their time to make sure that they have accounted everything before releasing a new jailbreak tool. In the past, Pangu has been reliable in giving jailbreak tools to Apple community.
There is jailbreak tool for iOS version 9.0. In order to install it, users have to make sure that they have fresh a version of iOS 9.0.2 from iTunes.Check this link for more information on how to install iOs 9.0.2 jailbreak from Pangu.
For jailbreaks in the latest versions such as iOS 9.1-9.2, there are still no legit tools for these iOs versions. So, Apple users have to remember that they should not upgrade beyond iOs version 9.02. In addition, it would be difficult for hackers to exploit the newer version of the iOs because of Apple's improved security system.
We advise are readers to stay away from any jailbreaks starting from version 9.1-9.2.1 because more than like they are viruses or harmful hacking programs, which can steal user's information.
Jailbreaking is a method of penetrating device's security system to unlock its restrictions. The upcoming jailbreaks from Pangu, Taig and qwertyuiop give users an opportunity to install previously unavailable apps on Apple devices.
As the demand for jailbreak software increase, it could push hacking groups to release their codes to the public.