Apple recently released the second public beta of macOS Sierra, which contains more innovative features than the software's first public beta. Also, the Cupertino-based tech firm released the second public beta of iOS 10, leading some to speculate that iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak is coming soon.
MacWorld reports the new macOS 10.12 Sierra public beta comes with expanded features and bug fixes. It brings Siri for Mac, Auto Unlock with an Apple Watch and Message updates that mimic features on iOS.
Furthermore, the macOS Sierra enhances the Photos app with new deep learning algorithms that can recognize faces, objects and scences. There's also Universal Clipboard that allows users to seamlessly copy and paste texts between Macs, iPhones and iPads.
MacRumors says the new public beta introduces improved iCloud integration that makes files accessible on all of a Mac user's devices. Sending files from Mail or Safari to iCloud Drive is also much easier.
Apple fans who want to participate in Apple's beta testing program can register at this link. Members of the beta program have access to both OS X and iOS betas.
Speaking of iOS beta, Apple also released the second public beta of iOS 10, the upcoming operating system designed for Apple's mobile devices. Interestingly, Chinese hacking team Pangu recently demonstrated an iOS 10 jailbreak at the MOSEC conference in China earlier this month.
Several tech websites claim the next major jailbreak tool might be released publicly next month. Team Pangu hasn't confirmed anything officially, but new rumors suggest the team will release the iOS 10 jailbreak after the Black Hat USA 2016 security conference, which is scheduled on August 4.
However, tech experts say iOS 10 contains some critical bugs and vulnerabilities that could become a security threat for its users if the software was jailbroken. So, Team Pangu might release a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.3 instead.
For now, we can only rely on rumors and speculations as hacking groups like Pangu and Taig have not yet released any statement about the launching of iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. In the past few months, many developers claimed they have found the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3, but none of them released any working tool.
The last major jailbreak tool was released in October last year. Team Pangu developed that jailbreaking tool for iOS 9.1.
We'll keep you posted once new information about iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak becomes available. Stick with us for more update.