Hacker Showcases iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Jailbreak

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Hacker Showcases iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Jailbreak

Hacker Showcases iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Jailbreak

It’s a relatively large day for Apple in terms of beta releases as it has seeded the following: watchOS 2.2 beta, tvOS 9.2 beta, OS X El Capitan 10.11.4 beta and most importantly iOS 9.3 beta. It’s great news for the jailbreak community as well since the beta version of iOS 9.3 has been jailbroken!

Being big fans of jailbreaking, everyone has been eagerly waiting for the release of the next jailbreak including a jailbreak for iOS 9.2. The same hacker who previously shared a screenshot of a jailbreak iPhone 6 running iOS 9.2.1 – Luca Todesco – has shared a video showcasing a jailbreak for the iOS 9.3 beta 1.

In the video, to confirm that the version of IOS that was jailbroken was in fact Apple’s newest iOS 9.3 beta 1, Todesco showed off some of the new features including the new Night Shift mode which can be used to change the gamma values of the iPhone’s screen.

The video can be seen below:

It should be noted that Todesco previously made it clear that he has no intention of sharing the jailbreak publicly and it doesn’t seem like that’s going to change anytime soon. Though the likelihood of this jailbreak arriving on public iPhones is close to none, it’s still good to know that the device is easy to jailbreak and one of the big players in the jailbreak scene (Pangu and TaiG team) may soon share a process to jailbreak Apple’s future version of iOS soon.

What do you think of the whole ordeal? Does it put you at ease or are you getting impatient while sitting in eager anticipation? Share your thoughts below!

As usual, we’ll let you know as soon as there are any further updates on the jailbreak.

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