iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak tool expected to be made public on 10 June
Apple’s WWDC event is just a week away and expectations are high for the company’s iOS 10 software. So far, rumours claim an expected redesign with more colours and even a new notifications system as well. Still then, the iOS jailbreaking community is far behind. The last official jailbreak that was made public is only available for iOS 9.0-9.1. While we did recently hear about a community member jailbreaking an iPod with iOS 9.3.3 beta onboard, there is now a new update from team GSMagic who will be making their jailbreak tools public, just before WWDC on 10 June.
The team has put out a tweet claiming that they will make their jailbreak public (unlike the others) on 10 June at midnight. The jailbreak is expected to work on iOS 9.3.3.
While it may seem like a wasted effort with iOS 10 about to launched, Apple WWDC at first will only roll out the Developer beta of iOS 10 followed by the Public beta a month later. The final version is expected to arrive in September at the launch of the next iPhone. So there is plenty of time.
GSMagic is a new entry on the jailbreaking scene and so far things are not going too well with established jailbreakers (who have so far refused to share the new tools) taking jabs at the new guys.
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