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iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Release Date With iOS 10 Release Date; Why Everything Points To July 1 for Major Jailbreaking

( [email protected] ) Jun 29, 2016 09:29 AM EDT
It has been a while since there has been any strides made with jailbreaking, and it seems that there hasn't been any progress since iOS 9.1 has been jailbroken.  Considering that the next few weeks will have Apple users updating from iOS 9.3.2 to iOS 9.3.3, there has been a lot of rumors pointing towards TaiG or Pangu creating jailbreaks.  This is especially in the light of the release date of iOS 10, and the beta test that is coming soon.  There might also be something coming on July 1st, according to many sources.
Jailbreaking, an Apple pastime. Pangu

It has been a while since there have been any strides made with jailbreaking, and it seems that there hasn't been any progress since iOS 9.1 has been jailbroken.  Considering that the next few weeks will have Apple users updating from iOS 9.3.2 to iOS 9.3.3, there has been a lot of rumors pointing towards TaiG or Pangu creating jailbreaks.  This is especially in the light of the release date of iOS 10, and the beta test that is coming soon.  There might also be something coming on July 1st, according to many sources. 

According to The Bit Bag (and several other tech news sites), Pangu and TaiG have something planned, as they have sent out invites for a July 1st event.  Does this mean that iOS 9.3.2 and 9.3.3 are on their way to being jailbroken? 

Well, there were rumors that iOS 9.3.1 was going to be jailbroken sometime before Apple's WWDC 2016, but this didn't happen.  Of course, we all knew that iOS 10 was going to be announced at this big annual event, and it is due out in the fall, with the public beta happening next month. 

What is strange is the news that some hackers have already shown on YouTube how easy it is to break the security barriers of a fully tethered iOS 10.  Of course, there are a lot of "proofs" from hackers of how to jailbreak all kinds of versions of iOS that are not officially jailbroken yet, and these hackers don't share their secrets. 

For example, there is an iOS 9.3 and iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak already out, thanks to hacker Luca Todesco.  This is a person that I mentioned before, and this hacker doesn't seem interested in sharing the supposed jailbreak.  It wouldn't surprise me if there is working being on jailbreaking the iOS 10 beta. 

It is possible that this jailbreaking is about to become a trend that ends, as it brings in a lot of viruses and bugs but it can also compromise the security of the Apple devices.  This is why I always recommend that potential jailbreakers know what they are doing before they attempt this, and ask if it is worth the free apps they can get if they succeed. 

For those unfamiliar with jailbreaking, it is the way of negating Apple's predetermined settings of the smartphone or tablet in order to gain more control over the iDevice.  This is the best way that an iPad or iPhone user can enjoy access to the iOS file system and manager for downloading applications that are not available on the App Store.

So, assuming that the iOS jailbreaks come on July 1st, it could be the most recent or the future iOS 10.  We shall see.