After publishing my tutorial demonstrating how to upgrade to iOS 10 without a developer account, I’ve received a number of questions concerning how to downgrade from iOS 10 beta to iOS 9.3.2. Whether you want to downgrade iOS 10 because the beta is unstable, has horrible battery life, or for an entirely different reason, the good news is that you can do so while retaining the majority of your data!
Today Apple held their annual World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC for short) and needless to say, the excitement and enthusiasm amongst Apple fans couldn’t be higher! Beyond an iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, this is arguably the most intriguing topic we could possibly discuss at Jailbreak and Hacks! Apple announced and released new (beta) iterations of iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS, being iOS 10, macOS 10.12, tvOS 10 and watchOS 3, respectively!
Today, ahead of Apple’s WWDC 2016 (which will play host to the unveiling of iOS 10), the Pangu jailbreak team sent out invitations to select security researchers and elite hackers for MOSEC 2016 – first reported by 3uTools.
This morning, following the break Apple took for Memorial Day, the company released iOS 9.3.3 beta 2 to registered developers. Can we expect a new untethered jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 or will the jailbreak once again be delayed? Thankfully we expect iOS 9.3.3 to be one of the last iOS 9.3.x updates, and beta 2 to be the last iOS update in general before we receive iOS 10 beta 1, making it the opportune moment to issue a new jailbreak!
Today while we await the release of a new jailbreak utility, which will hopefully come relatively soon, I’ve opted to refresh my iPhone unlock guide! While the terms “jailbreak” and “unlock” are often used freely amongst individuals to mean essentially the same thing, the two are fundamentally different. In essence, jailbreaking refers to the process in which a user gains root access and (in most cases) installs Cydia via a public utility, whereas unlocking empowers iPhones that previously would only function on one carrier to work on virtually any!