iOS 9.3 Beta, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.2 Untethered Jailbreak Demoed On Video

Uzair Ghani
Posted Feb 2, 2016
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iOS 9.3 beta, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.2 untethered jailbreak video demo has surfaced online.

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iOS 9.3 Beta, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.2 Untethered Jailbreak Gets Shown Off On Video – Major Progress Being Made

Jailbreaking is a true cat and mouse game between Apple and developers alike, with Cupertino working behind the scenes to ensure that its mobile operating system is as secure as possible, while jailbreakers looking for even the slightest exploit to make sure that things are liberateable and tick along according to their own playbook. And while Apple does seem to sit on top of the fence hammering down all jailbreak attempts, developers always find a way around security to jailbreak Cupertino’s devices. Today, a video has surfaced online that highlights a major milestone achieved by a certain developer that goes by the name of Luca Tedesco, and has shown off an untethered jailbreak that works on iOS 9.3 beta, iOS 9.2.1 as well as iOS 9.2.

According to a tweet sent out by Luca Tedesco, the untethered jailbreak plays along nicely compared to last time when the jailbreak was shown off, hinting at the fact that progress has definitely been made, while also suggesting that a little bit of work is still left on it, given that the developer does intend to release the untethered jailbreak to the general public.

If the developer is planning to release the untethered jailbreak to the public, then it’s highly likely the big move will be made when the final build of iOS 9.3 landed on everyone’s devices, otherwise Apple will be given the heads up on things, patching everything altogether long before release.

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Speaking of iOS 9.3 beta, Cupertino’s new mobile operating system is currently sitting on top of the second pre-release build which is available for both developers and public testers alike. The new firmware build packs a bunch of new features as well as improvements that aim to given our devices a new lease of life in terms of performance and features.

If you’re currently sitting on iOS 9.2.1, or iOS 9.2, then we highly recommend that you do not update your device just yet to anything new until or unless we give you the green light to do so. There are chances that Apple might make under the hood changes with iOS 9.3 beta, breaking everything in the final build. But given that the jailbreak works just fine on iOS 9.2.1 and iOS 9.2, therefore it’s a safe bet to stay on that firmware release.

Till then, just sit back, hang in tight and wait for the good news regarding the jailbreak in the days to come!

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