iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak may not be made publicly available soon


A public version of the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak remains unavailable, and now, it's worth wondering if this particular piece of software will still be released anytime soon.

First off, it's worth noting that a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 has seemingly already been achieved.

Back in May, noted jailbreaking enthusiast Luca Tedesco, also known as "@qwertyoruiopz" on Twitter, shared an image showing Cydia running on iOS 9.3.3, and such a feat can only be pulled off via a successful jailbreak.

Unfortunately, Tedesco is not known for sharing jailbreaks, and unsurprisingly, a public version of the software has thus far not been released.

Recently, a new jailbreaking team burst onto the scene, and for a while, it seemed as though they would finally provide the new software Apple users have been seeking.

Unfortunately again, the new jailbreaking squad, known as "@GSMagic_Team" over on Twitter, has thus far been unable to release a public version of the software.

The question now is whether any public version of the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak will still be made available, and for now at least, it seems like such an event can be described as unlikely.

Noted jailbreaking teams such as Pangu and TaiG can still surprise folks by suddenly unleashing some new software, but as MobiPicker noted, both have been inactive lately.

Casting even more doubt on the likelihood that a new jailbreak will be released soon is the expected launch of iOS 10.

With iOS 10 expected to make its debut at some point during Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), the new firmware will soon become the talk of the town, and if any new jailbreak is coming out, it will likely be for that impending release.

At this point, it looks like folks waiting for a new jailbreak will have to stay on standby for just a while longer. With no signs of an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak being released anytime soon, Apple users may be better served to readjust their expectations and simply wait for an iOS 10 jailbreak to be made available.

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