Unfortunately, the iOS 10.3 Jailbreak from Pangu has not been released yet and it seems that the jailbreak fans have decided to stick to the iOS 9.3 – 9.3.3 jailbreak instead of updating their devices to the iOS 10.
Unfortunately, the iOS 9.3 – 9.3.3 jailbreak has one year developer certificate, meaning that soon enough it will expire. Well, in case your device runs on iOS 9.3 – 9.3.3 Jailbreak, you should know that you can remove this one year developer certificate and allow your device to continue using this operating system without any problems.
Luca Todesco has released a “rejailbreak” tool that called “JailbreakMe.” All you will need to do is firstly reboot your device and open jbme.qwertyoruiop.com link on your Safari browser. You will have to tap on the “Go” button until a notification will pop-up. After that, you will have to wait a few seconds and press the “Power” button to lock your handset.
Keep in mind that sometimes it will tell you that the “storage is full” and then it will automatically reboot your device like Pangu application did before. Once the device reboots, you will notice that the iOS 9.3 – 9.3.3 jailbreak that’s installed on your device doesn’t have a limited developer certificate.
We also have to mention that you will need Cydia installed on your device before trying to “re-jailbreak” the device. Using this “re-jailbreaking” method is when you actually allow your devices to restart from Pangu/JailbreakMe applications to become jailbroken and this is the reason why you need Cydia to make it work.
So, before you head to the link we’ve told you above, make sure that you have installed Cydia on your device or else this process will fail.
Are you still using the iOS 9.3 – 9.3.3 jailbreak on your device? Tell us your thoughts about iOS 10 and when you think that a jailbreak for this OS will be released!