Apple recently released a sudden patch update for iOS 9.3 (iOS 9.3.1) during the company's March event. With that move, some rumors say some developers might have already hacked the iOs system. Now, popular hacking group Taig announced that they are developing a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3, 9.3.1.
We've collected the latest news on the web so that you'll know what is the release date of iOS 9.1, 9.2, 9.3 Jailbreak for iPhone, iPod, and iPad.
Last month, Apple released an update to its current operating system, iOS 9.3.1, according to Forbes. The update addressed some bugs in the system. Additionally, it brought revisions to the system's Apple Watch, Apple ID, Dictionary, and WiFi.
Tech experts believe Taig might use the bugs found in the iOs system to create a jailbreak tool. According to Team Taig's website, they are now working the Untethered Jailbreak for next iOS 9.3.2 public version. Apple reportedly rolled out the iOS 9.3.2 beta 1 to selected developers, but the tech giant has not yet released the beta program to public. Taig also said they can find some vulnerabilities to crack Apple's security system.
Furthermore, the team is now testing its jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.1. They are also asking for feedbacks from Apple users to improve the quality of the tool. To participate in Taig's testing program, just go to this link using Safari browser.
As for jailbreak tools from other hacking groups, team Pangu has legitimate jailbreak software for Apple devices under iOS 9.1. The team reportedly took months to crack the code of the operating system. Read our previous report for more information on how to install the tool.
A jailbroken device generally refers to an Apple device that has been modified to unlock its restriction. Owners of jailbroken device can also install apps and software that are not available on the Apple Store. However, Apple discourages its customers to jailbreak their device. By doing so, users could put their devices at greater risk of security vulnerabilities.
For the part of Apple, they are ramping up the security system of iOs and continually fortifying each software release.
It is also worth mentioning that there many fake jailbreak tools on the internet, and more than likely they are hacking programs or virus that can destroy user's device.