iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Tool: What Users Need to Know

The iOS 9.3 jailbreak is finally a success and you can now jailbreak your iPhone or iPad running iOS 9.3.3 if it is a 64-bit device. Apple just started rolling out the iOS 9.3.4 update with security fixes that closes the jailbreak.

Users should not upgrade to iOS 9.3.4 and should be cautious of any issues that could force them to restore. Apple is still signing the iOS 9.3.3 update, so you can still install it for a short time.

Pangu shared a iOS 9.3 jailbreak tool that allows you to jailbreak iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 on 64-bit devices in July. Originally only available in Chinese for the PC, it is now available in a Mac and Windows friendly format.

Well ahead of the iOS 10 update you can finally jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 and you can use jailbreak tweaks and apps on your iPhone or iPad.

What you need to know about the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak progress.

What you need to know about the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak progress.

Although you can already get F.lux on current jailbreak platforms to gain the benefit of Night Shift, there are some tempting features in iOS 9.3 and fixes in iOS 9.3.3 that users may want to explore.

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Here’s a closer look at what we know about the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak release, compatible tweaks and more.

iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Details

The iOS 9.3 jailbreak release is here if you are able to install using the latest method that includes a one year certificate so that you don’t need to mess around with new certificates every seven days like when the update first came out.

You can use this guide to install the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak on your device without waiting for the english version to arrive.

Semi-Tethered iOS 9.3 Jailbreak

This is a semi-tethered iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, which is different than what you are used to on iOS 9.1 or on older jailbreaks.

The good news is that unlike a tethered jailbreak you don’t need a computer if your iPhone or iPad reboots.

You need a computer to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 and then if your iPhone reboots you will need to run the iOS 9.3 jailbreak app from Pangu to restore the jailbroken state, but that can be run on your phone.

iOS 9.3.4 Jailbreak

There is no news of a iOS 9.3.4 jailbreak at this time. Apple announced the iOS 9.3.4 update as it rolled out on August 4th.

The update includes security fixes that closes the jailbreak. You should not upgrade to iOS 9.3.4 if you want to jailbreak.

If you’ve been waiting to upgrade from an older jailbreak the iOS 9.3.3 update is still being signed for a short time.

Best iOS 10 Cydia Tweaks: The Ultimate Collection for iOS 10, 10.1 & 10.2

Best iOS 10 Cydia Tweaks

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Best iOS 10 Cydia Tweaks


One of the most popular jailbreak tweaks of all time is Activator, and it's easy to see why. Activator allows you to set up automations as well as shortcuts for all sorts of different actions, like automatically turning on your alarms for the next day and even changing songs using the volume buttons.

This is especially true now that Activator works on iOS 10, so you can combine it with everything that Apple added to iOS 10 and iOS 10.2.


One of the best features of Android is the app drawer, where all of your installed apps appear when you bring it up. Something like this is awesome, since you don't have to have all of your apps on the home screen, and now the feature is on iOS through Cydia thanks to AppDrawer.

Browser Changer

Do you use a web browser on your iPhone other than Safari? Then it might be nice to actually change iOS's default browser to your preferred one using Browser Changer. This means that any links from other apps will now open in the web browser of your choice and not just default to Safari.

Bytafont 3

iOS 9 added a new San Francisco font that is still in iOS 10. If you're not a huge fan of it, you can use Bytafont 3 to change the font to whatever you want. The possibilities are endless here.


Not a big fan of the Recently Deleted folder in the Photos app? While there isn't an iOS 10 Cydia tweak to get rid of the folder, you can at least bypass it altogether when deleting a photo.

DeleteForever will allow you to permanently delete photos with one swoop, rather than deleting a photo and then having to delete it again from the Recently Deleted folder.

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