iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Release Date June 10 Is Fake

iOS users are eagerly awaiting iOS 10 that is expected to get unveiled by Apple soon, possibly at the upcoming WWDC 2016 event. Meanwhile, jailbreak lovers are keeping their fingers crossed for a new iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak that was rumored to release before the WWDC. Well, the GSMagic Team that’s new to the scene has said that they will release theiOS 9.3.3 jailbreak on 10th June, which is just a couple more days away.

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This new announcement comes as a surprise for most of us who were expecting the Pangu or TaiG team to release the next jailbreak. But instead, we are now apparently going to get the new jailbreak tool from a new jailbreak team we haven’t heard about earlier.GSMagic has made a lot of posts on Twitter regarding their upcoming jailbreak release, and all of them make the release seem more imminent.

The recent Tweets by the GSMagic Team suggest that the team has been getting a lot of “threats” or negative messages from people who are saying that the team is fake and isn’t going to release any jailbreak. The team also got in a Twitter fight with i0n1c jailbreak-maker Stefan Esser and famous hacker Luca Todesco who teases jailbreaks but never releases them. So far, GSMagic has been promoting itself very much via Twitter.

But is the GSMagic iOS 9.3 jailbreak real? Well, there are several possibilities. First of all, teams like Pangu and TaiG never talk so much and never advertise their capabilities; they just surprise us by releasing jailbreak tools suddenly and without prior announcement. Another explanation suggests that GSMagic is just pushing Luca Todesco or other hackers to release the jailbreak before the team.

But then again, there’s no active team in the jailbreak scenario right now, and GSMagic might just be trying to make themselves popular and might even release the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2. iOS 9.3.3 is in beta 2 right now, and we don’t think Apple is going to release the stable version by 10th, so we will receive an iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak if GSMagic releases it.

Nothing can be confirmed right now, so all we can do is wait for 10th June to end. If we get a jailbreak, well and good. But if we don’t, we will just have to wait for another team to make some announcements. Otherwise, we will have to forget iOS 9.3 jailbreak completely and will have to look forward to the iOS 10 jailbreak.

Update (9th June 2016): It was only yesterday when we told you that the GSMagic Team might release the iOS 9.3.2 jailbreak. As it turns out, the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak release date claimed to be 10th June by the team was false. The GSMagic Team posted on Twittera few hours ago saying that they failed and no jailbreak will be released. Given below is the image posted by the team.

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The GSMagic Team, who had given hopes to jailbreak lovers and had criticized Luca Todesco and i0n1c for not releasing jailbreaks after finding them, has failed, apparently. The team said that they tried really hard but have failed to meet their deadline, and they won’t be able to “make a stable release for the world”. The team has suspended the so-called “Project Ibykus” for iOS indefinitely and will suspend its social media accounts within a couple of days.

The GSMagic team got a lot of popularity when it claimed to have found a jailbreak and promised to release it on 10th June. The team had Twitter fights with popular hacker Luca Todesco and i0n1c jailbreak developer Stefan Esser and had challenged them to release jailbreak tools if they had really found the jailbreak. However, as it turns out, GSMagic was making fake claims just to intimidate other hackers and teams into releasing a jailbreak, and the team itself did not have the jailbreak. Twitter users are cursing, abusing, and trolling the team, which is something that the guys behind GSMagic deserve.

Anyway, the current situation is that we don’t have a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 is in beta testing phase. Pangu and TaiG are absent from the scene, and Luca Todesco has found the jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 but won’t release it. So should we wait for an iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak? Well, as long as iOS 10 is not released, we can’t really say anything. But if we don’t get the jailbreak in a couple of months, then we should directly wait for Pangu to release the iOS 10 jailbreak.


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