iOS 9.3.2 & 9.3.3 Jailbreaks: How To Avoid Fakes And Stay Safe
With iOS 9.3.3 right around the corner, and hopefully the next iOS 9.3.x jailbreak for both it and iOS 9.3.2, the number of fakes popping up promising a jailbreak (only to end badly for helpless individuals just seeking a new jailbreak) is becoming overwhelming!
iOS 9.3.2 & 9.3.3 Jailbreak Scams
Today we wanted to share a quick video from popular YouTuber iCrackUriDevice with you that highlights the importance of avoiding fake jailbreaks. Furthermore, it also highlights this list of fake jailbreak sites. It’s very comprehensive and we highly recommend visiting it if you’re unsure which sites are fake.
Remember, as of now, the only legitimate jailbreakers on the scene are TaiG and Pangu – with of course the latter having released the last two jailbreak tools.
We suggest watching through the above video to glean additional information concerning the matter. Thank you for reading article on the unfortunate jailbreak scams to pop up as of late! Don’t forget to bookmark our Scribbal.com homepage for even more iOS update coverage.