Here is all information about iOS 9.3 patched jailbreak vulnerability. According to recent report from trusted source Apple has reportedly patched a software vulnerability that made it possible to jailbreak iOS 9.3 firmware. The fix comes with iOS 9.3 beta 5 release which was pushed few days back, and it could make hacking iOS 9.3 more difficult.
A jailbreak that takes advantage of this currently patched vulnerability was supposedly being developed by Chinese team Pangu. But now when this exploit has been fixed, they’ll have to search for another one before they can release a working jailbreak solution for iOS 9.3 devices to public.
Talking about iOS 9.3 jailbreak status history we can say that back in January, hacker Luca Todesco posted a video that introduced Cydia and different other jailbreak tweaks running on iOS 9.3 beta 1 device. At that time Todesco has no plans to release his jailbreak to public.
At present time there is no confirmed information whether Pangu team will introduce their iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak. Earlier in February the team recommended users to upgrade their devices to iOS 9.2.1 firmware release, but it is already March and there is no jailbreak.
The good news is that the above mentioned hacker Todesco has confirmed that iOS 9.3 patched jailbreak vulnerability didn't play any role for him and his jailbreak is still working on iOS 9.3 beta 5 device. Although Todesco's jailbreak wouldn't be launch for public use it is still good to know that iOS 9.3 can still be jailbroken. Hopefully, one of the popular jailbreak team be it Pangu or the TaiG can figure out how to jailbreak iOS 9.3 firmware and release their worked tool to public soon. So if you want to jailbreak your iOS device currently you can use the only available tool from Pangu tool for iOS 9 - 9.0.2.