Since the release of iOS 9, Apple has come a long way with the new firmware and has provided timely updates in order to make iOS 9 more stable and speedier. May it be iOS 9.0.2 or iOS 9.2, Apple has been consistent in ironing out the issues in the firmware so that users can enjoy all the new features without any issues. And as you might already be knowing, the company recently released the first iOS 9.3 beta to its Developer Program, which more or less came as a surprise for everybody. And now that all the focus has been shifted to this new version, we might as well start talking about the iOS 9.3 jailbreak.
Image : Taig 9.3 Jailbreak Update
When talking about jailbreaks in the current scenario, we have but two teams to look forward to – Pangu [ext link] and TaiG [ext link]. Let’s talk about TaiG here. The team hasn’t been very active after iOS 9 was released; it was heard that Apple had credited TaiG for showing them some loopholes in iOS 9. But apart from that, TaiG was almost invisible from the jailbreak scenario while Pangu was busy capturing the scene with the Pangu – iOS 9 jailbreak. Though we have reasons to believe that a TaiG 9.3 jailbreak might be on its way.
3K Assistant Confirms Taig iOS 9.2 – 9.3 Jailbreak Progress
Image : Taig 9.3 Jailbreak Installer
Some excitement arose a couple of weeks ago when TaiG’s jailbreak partner 3K Assistant posted an exciting announcement on their site. The original message that 3K posted clearly said that they, most probably with the TaiG team, had jailbroken iOS 9.2 after much efforts and would be releasing it soon. While this excited the whole iOS community, 3K Assistant soon edited this posted a couple of days later and modified the whole jailbreak part, which now suggested that no jailbreak was found yet. This sudden activity led to a lot of questions being asked, but no reason or explanation was given by 3K whatsoever. It is possible that
iOS 9.3 Beta Jailbreak Achieved :
More recently, hacker Luca Todesco jailbroke iOS 9.2.1 [ beta 2 ] and iOS 9.3 Jailbreak [ beta 1 ] in line and proved that the firmware was indeed jailbreakable. While the hacker did disappoint us by announcing that he won’t release any jailbreak, there’s some hope that the exploits might get shared with the TaiG team, which would lead to a TaiG iOS 9.3 jailbreak tool releasing soon.
If Luca can do it, then the talented TaiG team can surely jailbreak iOS 9.3 with some efforts. If an iOS 9.3 jailbreak is really coming, and we know it is, then it will be released only in February after iOS 9.3 comes out for the public.