The updates from Apple are coming thick and fast now. iOS 9.3.2 was released just last month and today we have iOS 9.3.3 download . The new firmware is available to all iOS users with supported devices, either from iTunes installed on their computer or as an OTA update.
Image : TaiG 9.3.3 Installer Update
It has been noted that iOS 9 has been a particularly buggy firmware, hence the rate the updates are coming out at. Virtually every release has upset some users, with issues like the iPhone being rendered unusable after trying to open Safari links, some users not being able to switch their devices on and, more recently, the iPad Pro being bricked [ Error 56 ] after attempting to update OTA.
What About the Taig 9.3.3 Jailbreak ?
There hasn’t been a jailbreak since iOS 9.1 and, to be fair to Taig, there are obstacles in their way right now. The first is, with all the updates being released, a high number of exploits have been patched up whether by design or by accident and that limits how much the team has to work with. Second, with iOS 9.3 in particular being so buggy, Taig are unlikely to waste what exploits they do have on an unstable firmware.
Image : Taig 9.3.3 Jailbreak Progress [ credits – Taigjailbreak.org ]
However, that is not to say that we won’t see a Taig app update for iOS 9.3.3 at some point. Right now, the team members will be scouring the new iOS 9.3.3 firmware release to see what they can work with. There is a good chance that we won’t see a jailbreak until after iOS 10 download is released in September 2016. Why not ? Well, at that point, Apple will have hopefully fixed the stability issues on iOS 9.3.3 and will be focusing their attention almost entirely on iOS 10, which has gone into beta already. That will leave Taig free to concentrate on getting a jailbreak out for iOS 9.3.3, most likely the last jailbreak before iOS 10 Download is officially released to the public in September this year.
That said, just a few hours after the iOS 9.3.3 beta release last month, an Italian developer by the name of Luca Todesco uploaded a photo to Twitter, showing an iPod jailbroken on the new iOS 9.3.3 beta. The photo clearly showed Cydia and it clearly showed the iOS version i.e. iOS 9.3.3 but, before you get your hopes up, this jailbreak will not be released to the public.
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