With iOS 10.3.3 released, many iPhone and iPad users are wondering when we will see a jailbreak release date.

While the latest news isn’t pertaining to iOS 10.3.3 we can thank this new release for prematurely confirming that we should be seeing a new iPhone jailbreak by way of iOS 10.3.2 and Jonathan Levin’s comments.

Levin recently discussed how the libxpc vulnerability allowed for an iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak. This results in Apple quickly rolling out iOS 10.3.3 to close up this vulnerability and ensure there wouldn’t be jailbroken iPhone an iPad devices on iOS 10.3. With that move however Levin revealed something prematurely and that was to downgrade your device to 10.3.2 if you wanted a jailbreak.

His exact words were as below: If you’re at #iOS 10.3.3, downgrade to 10.3.2 while you can: Ian Beer’s awesome CVE-2017-7047 bit unstable can be adapted to a dev #jailbreak.

So what he basically was saying was that we are expecting an iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak so patience is virtue here. So do rollback your iPhone and iPad if you need it.

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1 Comment

Unknown · August 9, 2017 at 11:08 pm

Andddddd it’s no longer possible to downgrade to 10.3.2 so for those who are on 10.3.3, R.I.P. to them who want to jailbreak iOS 10.3.2 which its chances of really having an actual jailbreak tool come to light is 00.01% to none.
Until an actual announcement like “Yes, I can make a jailbreak tool out of this” is made instead of wild mass guessing, jailbreaking is technically dead until then.

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