Jailbreaking an Apple iPhone is pretty simple but the tools to get them done have recently not been made available for download. But a famous contributor, Luca Tedesco now claims that he has successfully jailbroken a device with Apple’s iOS 9.3.3 beta on board. While this may sound like good news, similar to past few jailbreaks, the tool to get the same done has not been made publicly available.
While others have also claimed to have hacked into a device with iOS 9.3.1 or 9.3.2 on board. The tools for getting the same done have not surfaced online just yet. Apple seems to be winning the war against jailbreaking, but it is worrisome when you get to know that someone has managed to jailbreak the latest version.
The contributor who managed to jailbreak into the latest version of iOS seems to have kept the secret to himself, and it isn’t clear why the currently available jailbreak has not been released into to the public. The same can be said about the recent jailbreaks even after being proved were not released to the public.
Currently, the only version of iOS that can hacked into are those between iOS 9.0-iOS 9.1 and that is about the last we have heard from the jailbreaking community. Now that the newest beta version seems to have been exploited, contributors could be waiting for iOS 10 to be released in June so that their efforts are not in vain. Apple will announce the next milestone update for iOS at the WWDC event scheduled from 13-17 June.