iOS 8.3 Jailbreak Coming Soon: next versions may be jailbreak-proof; jailbreaking community waiting for release of iOS 8.4


According to various sources, the iOS jailbreak 3 may be released very soon considering the different applications users are running on Apple Watch, as seen online.

According to iDigitaltTimes, a user called @comex has posted a video on Twitter of the Apple Watch running a Safari browser. According to the website, this could mean there’s an upcoming jailbreak for the currently unbroken iOS 8.3.

According to another report on The Latino Post, jailbreakers will probably not be releasing the iOS 8.2 or 8.3 jailbreak tool as yet, as popular jailbreakers TaiG and Pangu are waiting for the software update before attempting a jailbreak on iOS 8.3.

The jailbreaking community, however, is waiting for the release of the next version of iOS 8.4, which means the jailbreak for the current version could be cracked soon enough.

The last jailbreak version was the iOS8.2 beta, which was released in November last year by TAiG, was the last known and successful launch of a jailbreak.

Various reports suggest that the upcoming versions may be resistant to jailbreak. According to a report on Day Herald, iOS 8.4 could bring many improvements and features, and the vulnerability and security issues could be fixed.

Also, another report on 9 to 5 Mac suggested that Apple could be working on a new Kernel level security feature known as “Rootless” that is going to really make jailbreaking a difficult affair. Rootless is a kernel-level feature for both OS X and iOS to prevent malware, increase the safety of extensions, and preserve the security of sensitive data.

Also, according to a report by Master Herald, a jailbreak was recently developed for iOS 8.4 beta 1, but now that has been released to the public and that shows one of the main reasons that Apple wants to bring out the latest version of the software.