In iOS 9.3 beta 5, Apple has patched a vulnerability that allowed jailbreak

Last night, Apple gave developers the option to install the fifth beta of iOS 9.3. According to the available data, in the new assembly, the Cupertinos tried to eliminate the problems associated with speed and stability. But at the same time, Apple also closed the vulnerability that allowed the jailbreak.


It remains a mystery how exactly Apple learned about the presence of a critical vulnerability, but some believe that after the release of the final version of iOS 9.3, it will be impossible to hack the new system. At least this information appeared on one of the Chinese resources dedicated to jailbreaking iOS devices.

As for the jailbreak for the current iOS version, the command Pangu once again postponed the release of the iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak utility. Although rumors about an imminent release were on the network back in January.

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