If you haven’t heard yet, Apple has recently released a beta for iOS 9.3.3, which is expected to get released in the coming days. While the new iOS version is being beta tested, an iOS hacker named Luca Tedesco has already been able to jailbreak it. He shared the super exciting news on his Twitter account along with Cydia running on the yet-to-be-publicly released operating system. The picture shows Cydia’s main page with iOS 9.3.3 clearly showing.
Even though the hacker has been able to successfully jailbreak iOS 9.3.3, don’t expect a release from him as he had not made any such claims or promises. In fact he has explicitly made it clear that he won’t be releasing any jailbreak by mocking those who sent hateful tweets to him. According to the hacker the jailbreak’s ETA is “10 years”. This is not the first time Luca has teased a jailbreak he does not intend to release, as previously we have reported multiple times that he managed to jailbreak the new release of iOS within hours.
While Luca is not going to release iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak (we don’t even know if it is stable enough at this point), it does not mean others won’t. We recently reported about the confirmation coming from TaiG team’s associate 3K Assistant that Chinese hacker team has not stopped working on a jailbreak.
We will update you as soon as more developments are made in this regard.