Will There Be An iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Coming Before WWDC 2016?
To date, there has not been any sign of a credible iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak despite claims by some hackers of being able to do so.
An Italian developer named Luca Todesco had claimed a couple of days ago of jailbreaking the iOS 9.3.3 though it was never really brought out in the open. Todesco allegedly wanted to keep his jailbroken breakthrough to himself though many felt it was more of a hoax.
While hacker groups and Pangu and TaiG are still the ones many are closely keeping watch on, a new player has cropped up in GSMagic Team. The new entrant claims to have jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 beta for the iPhone 5 and 6s and even supported all of that with a video.
JailBreak iOS 9.3.3 [13G12] vidPROOF. Ibycus 64 Sat May 26 15:32:16 2016 https://t.co/EwHqlzEYF7
— GSMagic Team (@GSMagic_Team) May 29, 2016
Unfortunately, the accomplishment is seen as nothing different from Todesco with their alleged tactic kept yet again to themselves. Seeing how they could make a lot of people happy and gain popularity, the decision to keep the jailbreak to themselves is met with heavy criticism.
With the Apple Developers Worldwide Conference happening in a couple of weeks, the wait on a potential iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak seems to be holding slimmer chances by the day. Apple’s iOS 10 is something expected to be unveiled by that time and from there, iOS 9.3.3’s days will be numbered.
If that is the case, all hopes of seeing an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak may be as good as shelved.
Caution on fake iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreaks
While it is understandable that many are frantically looking the web for possible jailbreaks to their devices, be warned of the threats that such may carry. Malware and viruses are of course at the top of the heap which in all may leave iOS jailbreak hunters leaving themselves in a compromised position.
There is still time for an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak to come out though time is not by their side. But once Apple releases the iOS 10, the Cupertino company has once again dodged the bullet with “jailbreak” written all over it.