Finally iOS 8.3 jailbreak like to be not happen

The jailbreak industry is silent since few months. We have summed up what we have about Jailbreak iOS 8.3 so far. Apple released iOS 8.3 in last April which already gone more than two months. Unfortunately we haven’t any good news about iOS 8.3 jailbreak. No any reputed iOS hacker or jailbreak developer team has announced about upcoming release of iOS 8.3 jailbreak tool. But we know it might happen anytime.

iOS 8.3 jailbreak

Apparently Apple has patched up lots of security exploits when they release iOS 8.3. Well known jailbreak developer MuscleNerd also had mentioned that Apple patched up 39 known security exploits between iOS 7.0 to 8.1.3 within last year. That’s a big shot on whole jailbreak industry which makes the iOS system much perfect and really tough to jailbreak. One of the baddest move was patching all exploits used by Taig and Pangu. That blew off both great tool away.

When the iOS 8 released initially it didn’t take much longer to get jailbroken. But the story has become vise versa when it comes to iOS 8.3. We didn’t see any positive movement of jailbreak teams since Apple rolled out iOS 8.1.3.

Is it possible to jailbreak iOS 8.3?

of course yes. We already know that Steffan Esser or i0n1c has jailbroken iOS 8.3 but he kept his work for himself. Anyway, that’s a big release because at least we know Jailbreak iOS 8.3 is possible and only thing remains is someone have to develop a good tool for it. You can watch i0n1c’s iOS 8.4 jailbreak video here, if you were not aware about it.

Do we have until iOS 8.4 for a new jailbreak?

Although Apple hasn’t released iOS 8.4 to the public, iOS 8.4 definitely will be more stable than iOS 8.3. Because there are several known bugs must fixed such as remote iDevice restarting sms. In other hand, jailbreak developers also should wait for iOS 8.4 although they already have a new jailbreak tool. Apple won’t get chance to patch the exploits until iOS 9 then. Some devices will have a chance to remain jailbroken forever if they didn’t supported for iOS 9.