The promising iOS 9.3.3 has already hit a major roadblock. The news comes as a surprise to Apple fan boys who enjoy jailbreaking their iPhones; the beta version has been reportedly jailbroken by Luca Tedesco.
Before you jump to conclusions, according to Forbes, the jailbreaker still hasn’t released a tool. Rather, Tedesco only exposed his stunt of successfully breaking into the latest iOS. The act was to reveal to the world that a code exists to break into the iPhone. Fans are frustrated because a jailbreaking tool hasn’t arrived since October 2015. Unfortunately, we still haven’t received word on a mass release for iOS.
The iOS 9.3.3 was anticipated by many iPhone users to fix major glitches. However, even if jailbreakers fail to release a tool for the beta version, the release of iOS 10 is believed to come with the iPhone 7 this September. The version will receive a public release after tests are done on the iPhone 7.
In other news, CNET reported that 9.7-inch iPad users still haven’t got a chance to test out the latest iOS 9.3.3 beta due to a major issue in the earlier iOS 9.3.2, which causes bricked devices. It is also confirmed that the beta doesn’t contain a fix to rectify the issue as well.
Forbes contributor Antony Leather also mentioned that there isn’t still a jailbreaking tool available in the internet. Websites claiming to have the tool shouldn’t be taken seriously.
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