iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Jailbreak Proof Released

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iOS 9.3 Beta 1 Jailbreak Proof Released

Bullet Jan 12, 2016

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    iOS 9.3 beta 1 has already been jailbroken within hours of it being released. We already reported on Luca Todesco and his iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak a few days ago, when he released screenshots with proof that he had already Jailbroken 9.2, but he refused to release anything for end users.
    Now Todesco has released a video showing a Jailbroken device running on iOS 9.3.
    https://twitter.com/qwertyoruiop/status/686693948312678400
    Luca Todesco aka @qwertyoruiop is also refusing to release his latest Jailbreak to the public, which a lot of iDevice owners are praising him for. The 18 year old Italian student has been called a fake by r/Jailbreak, most likely because he refuses to release his Jailbreak, but also because he didn't show WinterBoard respringing in the video which you can see below.
    https://twitter.com/qwertyoruiop/status/686934429453938689
    https://youtu.be/ZDMWIl3bde8
    Others are also calling Todesco out, claiming that the only reason he is showing video proof of Jailbreaks without release is so that Apple give him a job, which he claims to be not true.
    https://twitter.com/qwertyoruiop/status/686934701588779008
    Previously on earlier Jailbreaks that Todesco has worked on, he has shared the work with groups such as Pangu and TaiG who have then released public Jailbreaks. Now that Todesco has proved that he was first, will he share the work with other groups again? That remains to be seen, however a public Jailbreak will not be available straight away, that much is for certain.
    What are your thoughts, do you think Todesco should keep his findings to himself, or do you think he should release his work to the public?
     
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