Developer Luko Todesco executed jailbreak iOS 9.3 beta 1. About this he wrote on his Twitter page. In confirmation Todesco posted a video showing the Cydia on the home screen of your smartphone with the new OS.
Luke Todesco is a well – known expert in the field of computer security. On the support page his name is listed among the developers who have helped Apple find and close security holes in iOS 9.2.
On the video “demonstration of the jailbreak iOS 9.3 Beta 1” hacker showed the new features of iOS 9.3, then launched Cydia on your device and carried out the injection of code in OS processes.
The same programmer last week announced 9.2.1 jailbreak iOS beta. He noted that it plans to release the exploit. That however, does not exclude the possibility that a hacker will pass on discovered vulnerabilities to other developers. Last year Todesco helped hacker group Pangu to create the jailbreak for iOS 9.1.
The release of the first beta version of iOS 9.3 was held on Monday evening. OS supports the new night mode and provides the ability to classify data with a password or fingerprint. In addition, the update contains the option that allows you to find gas station, Parking, restaurants, coffee in the area where the user is located. Read more about all innovations can be found here.