iOS 9.3 Public Beta and iOS 9.3 Beta 1.1 Update Released
Right after the famous Cupertino-based iPhone giant offered iOS 9.3 beta 1 for developers it also releases the first iOS 9.3 public beta. You can install the newest firmware on iPhone, iPod touch or iPad if you participate in this free program and wish to test each new version of Apple mobile operating system before it becomes public officially.
Besides, the company launched iOS 9.3 beta 1.1 update [also known under the build 13E5181f] however it can be used by devs only at the moment. You have to register in Apple Dev Center and use OTA-update or direct ipsw download links offered through this program’s website.
If you are not a developer and don’t want to test buggy beta versions you can download the most recent official iOS 9.2 through ipsw direct links. This is fast and simple however you should note that this version as well as iOS 9.1 is not jailbreakable.
The only iOS 9 platforms you can untether jailbreak with Pangu on Windows are iOS 9, 9.0.1 and 9.0.2. Hackers were not able to release any public updates ever since this program presentation. Mac users can also use the same tool to jailbreak through Windows virtual machine program.
It’s curious that hackers can actually jailbreak iOS 9.3 beta however they have no intensions to create a public release for this firmware. There are also no major changes offered by iOS 9.3 betas currently.
Are you testing betas and report bugs to Apple? Or do you prefer waiting for the official releases to avoid all possible errors, issues and problems with your iPhone or other ‘fruit’ gadget?