Latest Update for iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Is In This Post


The public version of iOS 9.3.3 is not released yet, but the folks interested in finding the loopholes to build the next jailbreak are already on the field.

Update: The new Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 is now available for download. It can jailbreak all 64-bit devices.

Apple released the first beta of the said iOS version recently, which has already been jailbroken by an Italian developer, Luca Tedesco.


Proof of Jailbreak:

Luca gave us the proof of his jailbreak by uploading the screenshot of his iPod Touch running the latest beta on his Twitter handle.

The screenshot clearly shows the Cydia is running on iOS 9.3.3.


Unfortunately, there is no video proof of this hack.

In January, the same developer had already shown off the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.

ETA for iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak:

There is no ETA available for the said jailbreak. In fact, Luce had refused to release the jailbreak in past when he first showed it off for the iOS 9.3 jailbreak.

We don’t know what is the exact reason behind his refusal. But the news that the next iOS is jailbreakable will surely inspire the other developers who will try hard to find the bugs which helped Lusa lift up the security restrictions.

We strongly hope that a developer will release its jailbreak once our devices are hit with the stable and final build of upcoming iOS version. The big players in this field are now those folks who developed Pangu and TaiG tools. We wish they come out of silence and surprise us with iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. Till then all are mere teases.

Which Latest iOS Version is Jailbreakable?

The latest iOS version which you can jailbreak is iOS 9.1. If you have already upgraded your iPhone beyond this version, you have nothing up your sleeves now.

Let’s hope we get iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak as soon as the final build is released by Apple.

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Updated 8 years agoCategorized as Jailbreak

By A. Usman

Loves new tech, especially from Apple and Google.

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1 Reply

  1. Marty Rogerssays:

    Quiet interesting. So Jailbreak for iOS goes faster before the original OS released. Hope we get the Jailbreak with the release of the new iOS.

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