Apple is reportedly gearing up to unveil the new iOS 10 at the WWDC event but there is still hope for an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak as a new hacking team promised to deliver.
Several days ago, hacker Luca Todesco was able to show that he already managed to jailbreak the recent iOS 9.3.3 update for iPhones and iPads. However, he does not want to share the tool or the method that he used.
In fact, Todesco said that he will only release the said jailbreak version after a decade. The hacker was reportedly working for Apple to seek and patch up vulnerabilities in their releases.
Users should now have hope as the new GSMagic Team demoed their iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak on an iPhone 5 and iPhone 6s, Mobipicker has learned. Unlike Todesco, the team promised to release their jailbreak version to the public.
GSMagic Team claims that they are from Macedonia. They are still working out the kinks in their method and they have also warned the public that they do not accept donations before the release as others could pose as them and ask for money.
We do not accept DONATIONS before the release. Please watch out FOR FAKERS and lose your money.
— GSMagic Team (@GSMagic_Team) May 30, 2016
Apple has pulled the iOS 9.3.2 version for several iPads because of a problem that might cause them to be bricked. Hopes of a jailbreak for the said version has been thrown out of the window after the roll out of the new version in beta.
Besides GSMagic Team, there are also other hacking teams that can still give hope. TaiG and Pangu could suddenly release an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak even without telling the users, WCCFTech reported.
There are also speculations that most of the hacking teams today are just waiting for the iOS 10 unveiling at the WWDC event. They could focus their efforts on the larger version instead once it rolls out for iPhones and iPads across the globe.
Apple users still have the possibility of seeing an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak before the WWDC thanks to the GSMagic Team. However, more could be excited to see what iOS 10 has to offer as other hacking teams wait for the official roll out to work their magic.