iOS 10.3.3 Jailbreak H3lix Available Now – Check Details Here

    iOs 10.3.3 jailbreak is now possible courtesy H3lix jailbreak and can be run on all the 32-bit devices that are compatible with it. It’s the very first time that we have a jailbreak available for iOS 10.3.3 and it is semi-tethered jailbreak which means you will have to run it again whenever you reboot your iOS device.

    The news about the jailbreak started floating around earlier in December when a screenshot was shared by developer tihmstar. The screenshot featured Cydia on iOS 10.3.3 device and soon after that they came up with JailbreakMe 4.0 targeted at all the devices between iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.3.4. This really shows all the hard work being done by tihmstar and effort being put in during recent months for making both the solutions possible to be released to general public.

    One thing worth noticing here is that iOS 11 platform from Apple is compatible only with 64-bit devices from the company. Now, this means 32-bit hardware from Apple including, iPhone 5 as well as iPhone 5c, will only be able to run iOS 10.3.3 at most. This, essentially, means that all such devices will be jailbroken for their entire lifetime. That’s, obviously, because Apple isn’t much likely to come up with any new iOS version to patch the vulnerabilities present in them.

    So, iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak is really appealing for all 32-bit devices and is an exciting prospect for those who still own such an iPhone or iPad. The h3lix jailbreak release is also an indication of the fact that jailbreak community is very much alive and working towards bringing new jailbreaks in the future as soon as any latest iOS versions are released.

    So, if you are still on a 32-bit iPhone that is running iOS 10.3.3, it’s time that you grab h3lix jailbreak from tihmstar right away and enjoy all the great functionality on your jailbroken iOS device. If you don’t know how it works, you can check out our guide How To Jailbreak iOS 10.3.3 With H3lix  and get yourself started with jailbreaking.

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