While Apple is gearing up to launch iOS 8.4 GM and iOS 9 Beta 2, thousands of users are still biting their nails to receive the iOS 8.3 Jailbreak update. But Pangu's iOS 8.3 Jailbreak demonstrations at MOSEC 2015 summit confirmed the update, with some delay though.
Although Apple is working to make the future versions of its iOS operating system more secure, a Christian Today report asserted that iOS 8.3 Jailbreak is just a matter of time now. All the known Jailbreaking communities, including Team K33N, TaiG and Pangu, are all set to release their respective edition of Jailbreaks starting next month.
Though the Pangu edition of iOS 8.3 Jailbreak was said to release once Apple releases the 8.3 edition of iOS at the WWDC event, it kept the Jailbreak fans in suspense. A Latin Post report predicted that Pangu might be deferring iOS 8.3 Jailbreak as once Apple launches iOS 8.4, the iPhone maker won't be able to patch iOS 8.3 Jailbreak.
The other two most popular Jailbreak communities - TaiG and Team K33N - have already mentioned that they are eyeing iOS 9 only as Apple has asserted to block the jailbreaking process forever with that version.
Meanwhile, BGR reported on Monday that Apple is currently planning to roll out iOS 8.4 GM (Golden Master), while iOS 9 Beta 2, which was expected to be unleashed today, will be available on 29 June.
Apple Music, the new music streaming service about to launch on 30 June, requires iOS 8.4, hence Apple is releasing the 8.4 version before that. iOS 9 beta 2 is purported to be available by 29 June.