Jailbreak fans are looking forward to the release of the iOS 9.3 jailbreak, which rumors say is currently in development. Hacking teams are rumored to come up with the said jailbreak tool as early as this month.
Apple just released the iOS 9.3.1, which is a bug-squashing software update launched just mere days the iOS 9.3's release and after glitches in it were found.
Forbes suspects that hacking teams have been working on an iOS 9.3 jailbreak tool but are waiting until Apple releases an update of this build, which, of course, already happened with the rollout of the iOS 9.3.1.
With that said, Apple users with a knack for jailbreaking should expect the iOS 9.3 jailbreak release anytime soon. Hopefully, hacker groups have been working on a jailbreak for iOS 9.3 instead of one for 9.2.1.
Apple's iOS 9.3 boasts some of the most important features the software will offer prior to the iOS 10 release. This makes it more logical for hacking teams to focus their energies on the newer build.
The latest jailbreak tool available to Apple users is the iOS 9.1 jailbreak, which was released last month by Pangu. There aren't many users who benefited the release, though, because Apple already came out with the iOS 9.2 around that time.
It also took Pangu months to crack the code. It was so long that some users were given the impression that jailbreaking Apple's software has become impossible, especially after the Cupertino-based company took measures in fortifying their software releases.
At the moment, there has yet to be an official iOS 9.3 jailbreak released to the public. There was no iOS 9.2 jailbreak released as well. Users are advised to be wary of the fake ones floating around online.
Apple iOS 9.3 packs in a set of big features like the Night Shift mode and the new Touch ID security on the Notes app.