There is nothing like jailbreaking an iPhone or iPad, the way to negate Apple's predetermined settings of the iPhone or iPad in order to gain more control over the iDevice. It is also a way for Apple users to enjoy access to their favorite brand of smartphones or tablet, particularly to the iOS files system and manager for downloading applications that are not available on the App Store. Right now, Apple is coming out with iOS 9.3.3, and there will soon be iOS 10. When will there be a release date for iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3, and will there be one for iOS 10?
According to Forbes, iOS 9.3.3 has finally been released as of July 18, and this is after five betas and two months of public testing. There was a lot of extensive testing, as this is the final version of iOS 9 before September's release date of iOS 10.
For those that are thinking of upgrading to iOS 9.3.3, you might not want to if you want to be doing the jailbreaking, because Apple has already taken that step of preventing users to downgrade. The biggest jailbreakers of Pangu and TaiG keep talking about finally getting the hacks for iOS 9.3.3 or even iOS 9.3.2, but there has not been any formal public success with iOS jailbreaking since iOS 9.1.
However, iTechPost reports that Pangu showed an iOS 10 jailbreak demo at MOSEC in Shaghai on July 1. This was when it was thought that they would be releasing the jailbreak for both iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 soon.
There was also a report on ValueWalk that Luca Tedesco has had a video and screenshot of an iPhone displaying a jailbreak of a beta version of iOS 9.3.3, as well as a jailbreak of iOS 9.3.2. Tedesco has gone public with videos like these before, but they have never made these public.
There has been reports that iOS 9.3.3 hasn't been reported with any major problems, so perhaps Apple really made it good. In that case, it could take a while to jailbreak, which means the release date is going to be quite far off in the future.
So, iOS 10 is coming for September, but Apple is really cracking down on those jailbreakers, so it could be a while before that comes out, if at all. There may come a day when jailbreaking iOS devices could become a thing of the past.
So if the jailbreaking for these higher versions of iOS do come out, I always recommend that potential jailbreakers know what they are doing before they attempt this process. Also, ask if it is worth the free apps they can get if they succeed. Jailbreaking an iDevice brings in a lot of viruses and bugs but it can also compromise the security of the Apple devices.