Is It Possible to Jailbreak iOS 10.3.3?
We initially thought that was the reason why the jailbreak community has been quiet. The iPhone jailbreaking scene has been blessed with some of the best hackers of our generation with hacking teams such as Geohot, Comex, iPhone Dev team, Chronic Dev, evad3r, Pangu, TaiG, and Luca Todesco, but most of them are no longer active in the jailbreaking scene anymore.
Apple closed all signing windows for iOS 10 a couple of weeks after new iOS 11 versions were released. This means that you can no longer downgrade to those firmwares using iTunes or 3uTools.
We almost forgot Pangu team demoed an iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak at the Janus conference because they haven't announced any plans of releasing Pangu jailbreak tool for iOS 10.2.1-iOS 10.3.3.
The latest news is that a reddit jailbreaker @cheesecakeufo posted a Demo Houdini demo for iOS 10.x (up to 10.3.2) 64-bit only, he also claims this is not really a jailbreak but it does mimic some jailbreak functionalities.
However, users on iOS 10.3.3 may want to know where is the jailbreak for them?
If you want to jailbreak iOS 10.3.3
Siguza, a hobbyist hacker has confirmed to stay on iOS 10.3.3 if you are still expected to jailbreak iOS 10.3.3. He previously introduced he is continually works on v0rtex exploit of iOS 10.3.3 basing Ian Beer's illustrating the vulnerability on Github website. Detail you could read on Github.
Some users may think jailbreak is dead, while a lot of hackes are hardworking on it. Personaly I think it's possible to jailbreak iOS 10.3.3, but everything is change fast as time goes by. If you also trust hackers who may bring the iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak for you, you should consider to stay on it. 3uTools will keep updating this.
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