Following Apple’s WWDC 2016 event over two months ago, Apple seeded the eighth beta of iOS 10 to registered developers today (August 26th, 2016). While the new firmware still isn’t “technically” available to the public (under the public beta program) until some undisclosed time later this month, we can install it early using a very simple method!
Today, ensuing the semi-recent release of the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, I wanted to create a quick guide on how to hack Pokemon GO and how to stop crashes from occurring on jailbroken devices (for jailbroken and non-jailbroken devices). This hack will not only empower you to use a joystick/tap to walk anywhere, but will also let you auto find rare and high-level Pokémon before they appear, and thus save you an enormous amount of time!
Ensuing iOS 9.3.4’s release, I opted to create this complete tutorial for how to downgrade iOS 9.3.4 to iOS 9.3.3 with the intent of jailbreaking! Yep, that’s right, it’s possible to go back from iOS 9.3.4 to iOS 9.3.3 and jailbreak (so long as you take advantage of this tutorial before Apple stops signing iOS 9.3.3).
Following the recent iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak from Pangu and PP, I opted to create a brand new list of some of the best iOS 9.3.3-compatible Cydia tweaks! Furthermore, today’s post also features a constantly updated chart of Cydia tweaks and their compatibility status with iOS 9.3.x (refers regularly for updates) – it’s absolutely paramount that you first consult said list before installing tweaks, as incompatible ones could jeopardize your jailbreak.
Today I wanted to discuss something that’s spreading throughout the jailbreak space like wildfire: BlackHat USA 2016 and Pangu’s scheduled presentation during the conference. A number of individuals are suggesting that a new jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 utility will be released at BlackHat, but that’s not necessarily true!