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Apple’s Latest iOS 10.3.3, Believed To Be A Jail-Break Killer

by Pradeep / Jun 01, 2017 09:11 AM EDT
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Cupertino based tech giant Apple is expected to launch a bunch of new software and products at the WWDC that is scheduled to take place in June. At the event, Apple is widely speculated to introduce its iOS 11. However, it is interesting to note how just before the event, the company seems to have introduced the beta 2 of iOS 10.3.3. The company reportedly said that the latest release has been prepared for public testing and that it is meant to fix all the bugs discovered in the previous version.

Since this has been established, questions regarding how much till will be impacting the iOS 10.3.1 jail-break is riddling the minds of the iPhone users. According to an online report that was published recently, it appears like the latest Apple iOS 10.3.3 update comes along with all those bug fixes that will help prevent any sort of penetration of the operating system. This has led many fans to believe that the normal functionality of the iOS 10.3.1 will also be severely impacted. As also noted by MacRumours, the public beta of iOS 10.3.3 comes with insignificant bug fixes but still manages to pose a grave threat to the possibility of iOS 10.3.1 jail-break version to work normally.

The other features that come in the iOS 10.3.3 update are a new set of wallpapers. These wallpapers can also apparently be used by those making use of iPad Pro. Since Apple is expected to introduce the iOS 11 at their WWDC event on June 5, it is also widely believed that iOS 10.3.3 update will be the last one to its iOS 10 version.

Moreover, since the update carries a new File System APFS, it is highly regarded to be a jail-break killer. It is interesting to note how APFS is what pushed Yalu jail-break maker Luca Todesco to quit from deploying anymore jail-breaks.

At the moment, iPhone users can opt for Todesco's Yalu102 and Yalu1011 solution, however; it is advisable to keep in mind that these are much older versions and do come equipped with any facility that can breach the current iOS operating system.

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