It looks as if iOS 9.3 beta 1 has already been jailbroken, which lends hope that a public version of an iOS 9.3.x jailbreak may be possible. But don’t hold your breath; this is the same hacker/developer (Luca Todesco) that recently shared a screenshot of a jailbroken iPhone 6 running iOS 9.2.1. He previously made it clear that he has no intention of sharing, and it doesn’t look like that’s changing anytime soon.
TaiG Rumored to Be Working on an iOS 9.2 Jailbreak
If you have been following the news lately, you would remember that 3K Assistant, jailbreak partner of TaiG, had recently posted an announcement on their blog saying that they had managed to jailbreak iOS 9.2 after much struggle and that the jailbreak would be released soon.
This announcement caused a lot of excitement in the community, but soon came a sudden change in the track. The post was modified by 3K Assistant a few days later, and the jailbreak part was totally removed. It now suggested that no jailbreak was found yet. This move was disappointing, but also made us curious as to why 3K Assistant modified their own words so quickly.
Possibilities say that TaiG has worked out the iOS 9.2 jailbreak [ext link] but wants to provide support for iOS 9.2.1 when it is released publicly, which is why they don’t want to make the jailbreak public yet. It is also possible that TaiG wants to wait until iOS 9.3 is released, and we might as well get a TaiG 9.3 jailbreak. Another reason for the change in the announcement can be that TaiG and 3K Assistant have ended their partnership, but that cannot be confirmed as of now.
iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak Found But Not Released
Luca Todesco, a popular hacker, had recently posted a screenshot on his Twitter handle to prove that he had got iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak while it was still in the beta phase. The screenshot [image below] showed Cydia running on iOS 9.2.1 beta in a jailbroken iPhone 6. While this excited the whole iOS community, Luca announced that he would not be releasing the jailbreak.
In the video, Todesco shows off some of the new iOS 9.3 beta 1 features that Apple released earlier today, including the new Night Shift mode for changing the gamma values of the iPhone’s screen.Like I said, the likelihood of this ever arriving on public iPhones is slim to none, but it’s interesting nonetheless. Let’s hope that someone else will be kind enough to provide us with a future jailbreak.
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