The TaiG team has disappeared from the jailbreak scene, but rumors are that TaiG is working on the next jailbreak, which is going to be the iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak. The last jailbreak release from TaiG was the iOS 8.4 jailbreak that came out a long time back, and the jailbreak community is currently following the Pangu team. Meanwhile, Apple has released iOS 9.3.1 so soon after iOS 9.3, which makes us think whether or not we’ll see a TaiG 9.3.1 jailbreak. Update : Apple has stopped signing older iOS 9.3 while iOS 9.3.1 remains the latest iOS release for public .
Image : Taig 9.3.1 Jailbreak Tool
However, the release of iOS 9.3.1 has created a major confusion- should users update to iOS 9.3.1 or should they wait on iOS 9.3 ? Will iOS 9.3.1 be jailbroken or should be expect an iOS 9.3 jailbreak ? There are so many questions in the mind of jailbreak fans, so let’s try to answer them one by one .
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iOS 9.3.1 Released, Should We Expect a Jailbreak Now ?
First of all, let’s try to guess the reason why iOS 9.3.1 came out so early after the public release of iOS 9.3. In the near past, iOS 9.2.1 was released with tons of security and bug fixes that were found in iOS 9.2, thus making iOS 9.2.1 much more stable and secure than its predecessor. So it’s highly likely that Apple found some bugs in iOS 9.3 after releasing it and then rolled out iOS 9.3.1 to solve an important security issue or a major bug.
Image : iOS 9.3.1 Update
But there’s another more serious possibility. Going back in 2015, we saw that Apple had released iOS 8.4.1 just for the sake of patching the jailbreak exploits in iOS 8.4 that were used by TaiG in their jailbreak. Even though it’s not as likely as the previous possibility, it is still possible that Apple has already come across the security vulnerabilities in iOS 9.3 that can be used to jailbreak it, and the company has patched the exploits in iOS 9.3.1. This won’t give the TaiG team any chance to jailbreak iOS 9.3.1, or it will at least make the process harder for the team.
Staying on iOS 9.3 or Upgrading to iOS 9.3.1 ?
This is a pretty simple question to ask. If you don’t like jailbreaks and prefer on using iOS in its stock form, then you don’t even need to worry about it; just update to iOS 9.3.1 and enjoy a more stable and secure firmware. And for all those jailbreak fans who can’t wait to install Cydia on iOS 9.3, we suggest you wait for some more time until TaiG or any other team releases a jailbreak or announces something. We might as well see an iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak, so keep your patience till then.