Ending the long jailbreak pause Pangu released the latest giving a big chance for more jailbreakers. So anyone from any iOS version can simply turn to iOS 9.3.3 and jailbreak as it is recommended to jailbreak being on the latest jailbreakable firmware. Since the date of release there were several confusions about this new Pangu Download, as it is something differs to what a majority expected. So Pangu did not mistook crowd and managed multiple updates with time. So now the tool has gone through several updates for a stable iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak. If you want to know everything more precisely, do not miss my post where I attempt to cover all of the important facts about Pangu 9.3.3 Jailbreak. So have a good time with new jailbreak.
How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3?
By now you can jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 in three ways. If you are confident about original Pangu Download, you can try it which is only in Chinese at the same time appearing as a version only-Windows. If not Pangu updated English version is too accessible which includes more features than the original Chinese version at the same time in an improved interface. There you can easily follow the process with the help of Windows, Mac or Linux at the same time with English language help.
In addition to both Chinese and English version in PC category, you are allowed for a Browser-based to iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. So there you do not have to use the PC as Safari can handle the whole jailbreak on your iDevice itself.
Update: iOS 9.3.4 is now available to download on any iDevice, if you value keeping your jailbreak you are highly advised to stay away from new iOS 9.3.4 which comes patched with vulnerabilities that has led Pangu 9.3.3
Is iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Semi-untethered?
Even though Pangu brought several updates over the original version released, they have not changed its Semi-untethered state. In that way, Pangu 9.3.3 is a semi-untethered jailbreak which is made of both tethered and untethered jailbreak qualities. So you will have to re-run the jailbreak app each and every time you reboot the device, if not your device will be dropped into none jailbreak state.
Will there be a Fully Untethered?
By putting a message on Reddit Pangu has said that they are not in a plan of a fully untethered iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, in that way it is a waste to look for an update expecting a change in its form. If you want to have jailbreak opportunities you will have to accept Pangu 9.3.3 as the way it is.
What are the supported devices?
Unlike in previous cases, Pangu this time has focused on 64-bit device models. So 32-bit device category has dropped from the compatibility list of new Pangu jailbreak at the same time giving no hope for a change with updates ahead.
- iPhone 5s
- iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus
- iPhone SE
- iPod touch 6th Generation
- iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3 and iPad mini 4
- iPad Air, iPad Air 2, and iPad Pro
Note: Pangu jailbreak works across 64-bit devices on iOS 9.2-iOS 9.3.3. But you are recommended to update iOS 9.3.3 before heading to jailbreak as it is the latest jailbreakable firmware at the moment which could support for a stable processing.
Is iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak gets Expired?
When tool at its infancy this jailbreak expiry was an issue for a majority. Unlike the previous jailbreak releases, this has come in a semi-untethered format where the certificate approval is needed to complete the process.
For those who have used the regular Apple ID was forced to re-jailbreak after every 7 days while developer certificate has lead it for about 365 days. At a time this was a confusing feature of the new Pangu jailbreak, the update Pangu v1.1 came with a trustable solution. In that way if you jailbreak with Pangu English version which is updated to v1.1, you will not have to re-jailbreak until April 2017 as of the 1-year Beijing Enterprise Certificate attached to the procedure.
Video Guide to Jailbreak with Pangu v1.1
Which Tool is safe?
As Pangu has come with several updates, English version is better to have a stable jailbreak. It is more comprehensive, all platform supported at the same time with a solution to certificate expiry. So we recommend you to follow English version with Pangu v1.1 which consists of more favorable features.
What are the Best iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Tweaks?
When iOS 9.3.3 at its earlier days, the Cydia experience was too limited for jailbreakers. But now the store has updated to latest iOS 9.3.3 opening the best Cydia 9.3.3 experience. So below given are some of the jailbreak tweaks supported to iOS 9.3.3, so have a look.
Apex 2, Activator, Barrel, Auxo 3, Callisto, Camera tweak 4, CallBar, CircleIcons, Facedown, Eclipse 3, Final, MasterBall, iFile, Power Tap, Record pause, Tether Me, Springtomize 3, Volume panel and lot of more inspiring tweaks.
As of now Cyida purchases and refund feature too possible for iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak crowd, there is no limitations for your Cydia experience. So enjoy all Jailbreak powers.
How to Unjailbreak iOS 9.3.3?
If you do not feel of keeping your jailbreak, you have two ways to unjailbreak. one is restoring through iTunes which is recommended for those who wish to unjailbreak iOS 9.3.3 and update to latest iOS 9.3.4. In fact with a successful unjailbreak you will be forced to update latest iOS 9.3.4 if you choose iTunes restoring to remove your jailbreak.
If iTunes method is not what you expect, you can try Cydia Eraser which unjailbreak iOS 9.3.3 while keeping you to the same iOS firmware. So you are not forced to update iOS 9.3.4 and you are free to stay with iOS 9.3.3 without jailbreak or with the jailbreak once again.
There were many confusions about the new Pangu jailbreak, but you must now clear how Pangu has updated the tool for less faults leading a better jailbreak. Even though this is still a semi-untethered there is no disadvantage in that by now. In fact you do not have to do anything beyond re-operate the app only when you reboot. In that way iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak is now in a preferable state which could satisfy more jailbreakers until another update arise from Pangu. So enjoy jailbreak powers with Pangu 9.3.3.