Following the recent iOS 9.3.2 issue that caused select iPad Pro 9.7″ models to become bricked ensuing a dreaded error 56 message when attempting to upgrade to said firmware inside iTunes, Apple finally issued an updated build of iOS 9.3.2 to remedy the issue yesterday.
Earlier today, hacker Luca Todesco published a video highlighting a very powerful WebKit exploit to achieve a complete jailbreak on iOS 9.3.2. While he won’t release the utility to the masses, the video shows what’s possible and should reignite hope amongst jailbreakers as someone else could employ the same method to create a new jailbreak (TaiG and Pangu, we’re looking to you – that rhyme was a happy coincidence)!
Today I have additional details to share with you pertaining to my iPad Pro giveaway and how to earn free paid apps from the App Store on iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3. First up, the iPad Pro Giveaway!
Yesterday, following Apple’s beta 1 release of iOS 9.3.3, an individual named Luca Todesco (a known hacker who’s built a reputation as a troll) tweeted proof that he had successfully jailbroken said beta of 9.3.3 mere hours following its availability!
Just when we thought Apple was almost entirely done with iOS 9 updates (to focus development efforts on the forthcoming iOS 10 release), the company issued the first beta iteration of iOS 9.3.3 to registered developers this morning. Will iOS 9.3.3 delay the release of the next untethered jailbreak? It’s certainly a possibility, considering we were expecting a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2 to be issued shortly following last week’s public release of the second minor iOS 9.3.x update.
Today a Weibo forum poster listed images of what’s allegedly the next-generation iPhone for release in 2016, not the recently discussed 2017 iPhone, presumably dubbed the iPhone 7. What’s interesting is that the primary leaked image in question highlights a protruding camera lens, something Apple was rumored to axe in the iPhone 7. Additionally, you’ll also notice reduced antenna bands (watch the above video for details) and a secondary cutout between the camera and flash modules, which one forum poster suggests could be indicative of some form of laser auto focus!