Updating to iOS 9.3.2, 9.3.3 or iOS 10 for a Jailbreak?
Today I thought I’d tackle what’s easily the most popular question I receive: “Should I update if I want to jailbreak?” It doesn’t matter which firmware an individual is on, be it iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1 or iOS 9.3.2, the following information (specifically the above video) will apply regardless.
What You Should Do
While the latest public firmware is iOS 9.3.2, iOS 9.3.3 is currently in its third beta and could be released at virtually any moment. For those of you on lower firmwares, I suggest not updating!
In the past, jailbreak utilities have been issued for the latest public firmwares at the time of their release, regardless of whether another new firmware was in beta. However, the last jailbreak utility was released for an earlier firmware (iOS 9.1) than the latest public build at the time (iOS 9.2.1), what’s more a beta (iOS 9.3) was also on the cusp of transitioning to the latest public build.
Therefore to better solidify your chances of being able to jailbreak, stay where you are – even if developers have no intention of targeting iOS 9.2.x, staying lower will improve your odds on the off chance that something like the iOS 9.1 jailbreak situation comes to fruition a second time.
The KEY to Jailbreaking
This is key: only update when you have confirmation that a jailbreak is available for the current public firmware; remember, I’ll keep you completely notified. Thank you for reading, stay tuned for more, join our Jailbreak and Hacks news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on YouTube to be promptly notified when we publish new articles.
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iCrackUriDevice’s iPhone Wallpaper
For those of you who want the wallpaper I’ll feature on my iPhone 6s Plus in the next video in which I record said iPhone, look no further than directly below!