Hacker Shows Off iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Jailbreak Exploit – Video


It has been quite a while since we were bestowed with a successful jailbreak. The last workable jailbreak we got was for iOS 9.0.2. Now that we have made it to iOS 9.2, there is no news for when the next one might arrive. We're still waiting for hackers to catch up. Nonetheless, there is a jailbreak hacker which is seen showing off an iOS 9.3 beta 1 jailbreak.

Luca Todesco Scored iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Jailbreak As Well?

It may seem an unexpected hack and it might come as a shocker; the iOS 9.3 beta 1 jailbreak hack is brought to you by the same developer who flaunted an iOS 9.2.1 beta jailbreak a few days back. Back then, he had no intentions of releasing an iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak publicly, and it doesn't look like he's changing his mind anytime soon. Luca Todesco is a jailbreak programmer who was involved in iOS 9.0.2 Pangu 9 jailbreak. He also released the source code for jailbreaking iOS 8.4.1 on Github. Frankly, his attitude towards releasing jailbreaks might upset you, but let's just not jump to any further conclusions.

It all came a few hours after Apple released its first iOS 9.3 beta 1. The Italian developer seems to know his stuff pretty well. In the video, Todesco is seen showing off an iOS 9.3 beta 1 jailbreak in action. It can be seen that the developer used his iPhone 6 for the job. It's most likely that the developer is using the same exploits to jailbreak iOS 9.3 beta 1 which he has previously used in jailbreaking iOS 9.2.1 beta. To see more details on Todesco's recent jailbreak, check out the video below.

In the video above, Todesco is seen exhibiting new features which have been part of the iOS 9.3 beta 1. This includes the new Night Shift mode, which will be responsible for changing gamma values of the iPhone screen. However, the video proves that iOS 9.3 is vulnerable and most likely jailbreak-able. One thing that the video fails to prove is the time frame for when iOS 9.3 jailbreak will be released.

It all narrows down to the fact that some users with a little technical know-how of iOS can discover the exploits, but it gets really challenging when you're set to push it to the public. Nonetheless, this is a good start and we hope to see a workable jailbreak for consumers soon enough. Team TaiG and other hackers are also working on jailbreak and we're expecting it to be released soon.

This is it for now, folks. What are your views on Luca Todesco? Do you think he will release iOS 9.3 jailbreak? Let us know in the comments.