The long wait for the iOS 9.3 jailbreak will soon be over, if a new report is anything to go by. Hacking teams will allegedly come out with a jailbreak tool for the iOS 9.3 around Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in June.
As per Forbes, jailbreak software developers such as Pangu and TaiG are most likely waiting for the Cupertino-based tech giant to release a patch of the iOS 9.3 first before putting out a jailbreak tool.
This is to make sure the software has few to no bugs, because it will be easy to jailbreak that way. It did not take long before Apple came out with the iOS 9.3.1, which the tech firm released to squash the major bugs that emerged in the iOS 9.3 after it was rolled out.
Unfortunately, the rollout has come and gone but an iOS 9.3 jailbreak is still nowhere to be seen. This is because the hacker groups are waiting for Apple to release the second patch for the software, the iOS 9.3.2.
Apple is now working on the second patch of the iOS 9.3, which is being put together to eliminate the issue that's bugging the Game Center. A beta version of the update has been released already.
Forbes says that after the final build of iOS 9.3.2 comes out, the iOS 9.3.1 or even iOS 9.3jailbreak tool is expected to follow shortly. Jailbreak fans will have to wait for June for it.
The release of jailbreak tools is not as recurrent as it was before because hacking teams apparently figured it is smarter to wait for a patch of the OS to come out. This will explain the long wait for the iOS 9.3 jailbreak.
At the moment, no official iOS 9.3 jailbreak is available. However, there are fake ones flying around online. A phony TaiG website (taig9.com) has been making rounds in the past weeks so users are advised to be extra careful as they may end up downloading malware.