Why the delay of Jailbreak iOS 10.3.3?

Since the debut of Apple’s 10th iteration of the mobile operating system, we hardly found updates to jailbreak. Just as seen from months, Yalu by Todesco is still the only jailbreak approach to iOS 10 which workable for 64-bit devices running up to 10.2. And as Apple has patched the exploits from 10.2.1 to up, devices running on the later versions remain unjailbroken for a considerable time. But do you think the latest 10.3.3 would make that changed as expected? Here is everything about Jailbreak iOS 10.3.3, which with high demand as the software probably going to end the 10th iteration. So let’s get to the facts as we from Jailbreakwatch.com admires the scenario.

jailbreak iOS 10.3.3

iOS 10.3.3 is the current latest signing marking the release about two weeks back. Just like seen through all 6 testing versions, the update is mainly in focus to the fixes rather than anything new in features. And as one of the key reasons for one to Install iOS 10.3.3 on the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch is its patch to the Broadpwn exploit which has let some hackers to take the control of your device through WiFi chip.

Is jailbreaking dead- why the delay of Jailbreak iOS 10.3.3?

This might be the question you too in struggling seeing no update in the jailbreak for a considerable time. Although there were certain instances where fans were set with the hope for imminent Cydia updates, up to now we find none of them in action. When one getting from Pangu on 10.3.1 the other found recently by KeenLab in target 10.3.2 and also Jailbreak iOS 11.

The release of latest iOS 10.3.3 is significant with its fix carried over the major issues. And at the same time, it is now focused on the side of jailbreak as the firmware probably to be the concluding update of the 10th iteration making the need of a new jailbreak update more felt than before for everyone. In fact, it is almost a year since we got the complete jailbreak for iOS as Pangu 9.3.3 when Yalu for iOS 10 still under beta. So the call for a new jailbreak and Cydia era is high in all feel with the expectation of iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak.

Update: As to the latest news of Jonathan Levin, the possibility of iOS 10.3.2 Jailbreak is quite high with the exploit Ian Beer has discovered from the Google’s Project Zero team. While it still signed, you are highly recommended to stay with the possibility with no hurry to update to 10.3.3 latest. In case if the exploit confirmed patched in 10.3.3, the coming possibility would bring Cydia Download for 10.3.2 and previous only

What are the reasons for jailbreak delay?

We are still unaware that jailbreak iOS 10.3.3 is possible or not. But in concern the delay, I pick you some facts that could probably impact on any jailbreak delay regardless for the firmware in the target. So have a look.

  • Security getting tightened- With every update, Apple focuses more on security. Although this comes high when the firmware is major and with a lot of changes around, this can too be applied for minor scale updates as well. And this one of the Apple’s way of making jailbreak hard in the turn

jailbreak iOS 10.3.3

  • Features with the touch of the Jailbreak Tweaks- From several iterations, Apple is following the addition of features which are inspired of well-known Jailbreak Tweaks. In fact, it is smart trick Apple uses to make the need of jailbreak less just giving its notable inspiration in the stock frame itself. Although this is not with any match to minor updates, if you take a look it is clear with iOS 10, iOS 11 like major versions
  • Apple’s Bug Bounty Program- Another reason for the delay of jailbreaking is Bug Bounty Program. From this Apple tries to cover up the bugs in the iOS offering a certain value for hackers. And as there are more similar programs with more offering, some hackers sell their exploits with no development for any releases. In one side, this too make a strong influence

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These reasons are generally discussed with no exact measure on the topic Jailbreak iOS 10.3.3 now. But just as seen from eras, jailbreak wins over all challenges when the right time knocks the door. If you think, it is time for it, keep the waiting for some more days. But do not be hurry to take 10.3.3 as staying with 10.3.2 previous is having more chance with the expectations to the future.

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How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 With Pangu

Pangu announced the release of a new jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2-9.3.3. The tool was only available in Chinese language help when releasing but now you are access to English version as well. So now it is time Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 that was excitedly awaited to hear. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to jailbreak iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 with the new Pangu jailbreak tool. And it is recommended update iOS 9.3.3 before turn to jailbreak, if you still not and have no specific reason to stick to an older firmware.

Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3

Because this is a Windows-only jailbreak when it announced first, you needed a PC, or a Mac with either Bootcamp or a virtual machine running Windows to jailbreak your device. But now you can jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 with help of a Windows PC, Mac or else with Linux support.

Another thing we need to note before getting started is that this jailbreak only supports 64-bit iOS devices, so the iPhone 5  older models are officially out of support. It’s unknown if this will change in the future, but still we found no change.

The list of supported devices currently are:

  • iPhone 5s
  • iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
  • iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus
  • iPhone SE
  • iPod touch 6G
  • iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad Air, iPad Air 2,
  • iPad Pro

Those of you who have jailbroken your iOS 9.2-9.3.3 devices with the new Pangu jailbreak tool should know by now that it’s a semi-untethered jailbreak. This means you have to re-run the jailbreak tool every time you reboot your device, but it’s easier than one might think. But you may get confused if you had your previous time with a stable jailbreak like iOS 9-9.0.2.

In this piece, we’ll talk about how to reboot your semi-untethered jailbroken iOS 9.2-9.3.3 device properly so that Cydia works as expected after your device turns back on.

What is a Semi-untethered Jailbreak?

A semi-untethered jailbreak is a hybrid between an untethered jailbreak and a tethered jailbreak.

Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 with Pangu-Jailbreak Guide

If you have one of the supported devices, have access to a Windows, Mac or Linux machine, and want to jailbreak your iOS device, then you’re going to want to follow these steps:

1) Update your iOS device to iOS 9.3.3. This is the latest jailbreakable firmware and this means you’re going to want to install it because it has all of the latest bug fixes and security features

2) Make sure to turn off Find My iPhone and to disable your passcode on the device you’re jailbreaking, then plug it into your computer with the Lightning cable

3) Make sure the computer has iTunes installed on it before proceeding; you can download it here. If you haven’t already, be sure to trust your computer from your iOS device and trust your iOS device from iTunes

4) Download the PP/Pangu jailbreak tool installer for Windows, Click below

Download Pangu

5) Right-click on it and click Run As Administrator

6) Windows will ask you to trust the publisher. Click on the Yes button

7) Windows may also ask you to trust the app for Windows Firewall, so go ahead and Trust the connections

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8) When the tool launches, click on the only button in the UI and it’ll start downloading and installing the actual jailbreak tool

9) When finished, you’ll notice a new app with the PP icon on it

10) Right-click it and choose Run As Administrator once again

11) Next, click on the Yes button when asked if the app can run on your PC

12) The jailbreak tool interface will open and attempt to discover any connected devices, so wait for a few minutes

13) Once your device is discovered, click on the green button to continue

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14) The green button will begin to display a loading circle to indicate it’s working

15) After a few minutes, you will be asked for your Apple ID. Proceed at your own risk and log in, or do what we did and create a phony Apple ID to log in with. When your information is entered, click on the green button to log in (We her recommend you to have a secondary Apple ID)

16) Now wait a few minutes longer and a Pangu/PP app appears on your iOS device’s Home screen

17) You now want to go to your Settings app (not the Pangu/PP app), and navigate to General > Device Management

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18) Tap on the profile that appears here, and then tap on the blue Trust button that appears with your email address.

19) In the pop-up prompt, tap on the red Trust button, and then go to your Home screen after you’ve successfully trusted the profile.

20) Next, you want to launch the Pangu/PP app that was on your Home screen. You will be prompted to allow push notifications. Make sure to allow them by tapping on the OK button

21) Next, tap on the circle in the app, and then it will turn into a line of text

22) Now, lock your device by pressing your sleep button once. After a few moments, you should see a notification appear

23) After a few seconds, you should also see a prompt for your device’s storage getting full. This is normal, and indicates Cydia is being installed. You can unlock your device and re-launch the Pangu/PP app and you should see it trying to install Cydia.

24) Your device should automatically reboot itself a few moments after, and when it turns back on, you should see Cydia on your Home screen

Cydia 9.3.3

25) Launch Cydia, and it will re-load data and prepare the filesystem as it typically always does when you jailbreak your device

Congratulations on successfully done jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 on your iDevice. So start playing  all your favorites with new Cydia 9.3.3.  And wait for more updates from Pangu 9.3.3.