A couple of days ago, the 24th to be precise Apple released the Beta version of iOS 9.3.3 a new update, which will hopefully negate the issues those who previously updated to iOS 9.3.2 are experiencing. Strangely though news has come to light that this new iOS 9.3.3 has already been jail broken by the Italian hacker / developer Luca Tedesco and he has gone as far to prove it in an image.
iOS 9.3.3 Jailbroken
In a bid to prove his doubters wrong Luca Tedesco took to Twitter to announce his jailbreak of iOS. And posted a picture of an iPod touch running the Cydia jailbreak store and also displaying the current version of iOS as confirmation of his ability to have done so. In previous shout outs about his jailbreaking talents Luca has talked about his past jail breaking of iOS 9.3 however, he failed / declined to make it public and neither does he plan to.
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Can you Get the iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak?
As far as you, getting your hands-on this jailbreak, I’m afraid that if past form is anything to go by, you should look forward to continually using the stock version of iOS 9.3.3. As Luca will not be releasing his jailbreak to the public. So that means, after this latest update, your next one will more than likely be with the official release of iOS 10.
As for why Luca Tedesco continues to provide proof of his iOS Jail breaking abilities and then shares nothing with the wider community? Who knows, maybe there’s a little fear involved or maybe he just wants to prove to his doubters that he can do what he claims.
Whatever the reason, developers like him don’t owe the wider community anything, and it’s obvious that he does not want money or any other form of notoriety to come from his skills.
(Source: @qwertyoruiopz [Twitter])