The recently released iOS 8.3 has pleased many users with the appearance of the Russian-speaking Siri, but jailbreak fans have no reason to rejoice. Rather, the opposite is true.
We have already said that in the new version of its mobile operating system, Apple closed an important vulnerability that hackers from the TaiG team planned to use to create a jailbreak for iOS 8.3. As it turned out, this was not the end of it. According to MascleNerd, a well-known hacker in the jailbreak community, 39 vulnerabilities are closed in the new firmware at once, and iOS 8.3 has become the most secure of all versions of the G8.
Obviously, this could mean that hackers will have to work hard to jailbreak iOS 8.3. Recall that the TaiG team promised to release a jailbreak utility even before the release of iOS 8.2, but never released it, and Apple closed the vulnerabilities discovered by hackers from TaiG in both the previous and current versions of iOS. Now “crackers” will have to look for new ways to create a jailbreak, but whether they will look for them given the upcoming announcement of iOS 9 in June is a big question.