How to Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Using Pangu 9.3.3 Jailbreak

Pangu finally released most-awaited jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 Cydia download. Here’s how to jailbreak iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 running iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch using Pangu 9.3.3 Jailbreak.

Before starting Pangu 9.3.3 Jailbreak

  • Pangu only supports for 64-bit devices such as

  • iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone SE
  • iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad Pro
  • iPod Touch 6G
  • Take a complete backup of your iOS device using iTunes or iCloud because can restore your data later if something goes wrong during the 9.3.3 jailbreak process.
  • You’ll need a Windows PC to use Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak
  • PanGu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak support for

  • Jailbreak iOS 9.2
  • Jailbreak iOS 9.2.1
  • Jailbreak iOS 9.3
  • Jailbreak iOS 9.3.1
  • Jailbreak iOS 9.3.2
  • Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3

download iOS 9.3.3 Cydia

How to Jailbreak iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch using Pangu 9.3.3 Jailbreak

Download Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak for Windows

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  • Double click on download file to open and press the setup button to install to your PC.
  • Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to the PC using a USB cable.
  • Right click on installed tool and choose ‘Run as administrator’.
  • If your device is compatible with the Pangu iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, a tool will be allow you to jailbreak it. Click on the large green button to start installing Jailbreak app on your iOS device. Make sure your PC and iOS device have a good internet connection.
  • Then you might also be asked to enter your Apple ID and password.
  • Once the installation is completed, you should see the Pangu Jailbreak app on your device’s Home screen. Go to Settings > General > Device Management and open the Pangu developer profile or the one that has the Apple ID you entered in step 4. Tap on the “Trust” button.
  • Open the PP/Pangu Jailbreak app and accept push notifications.
  • Uncheck the little box below the circle and Tap on the circle button in the middle of the screen
  • Lock your device manually so that the jailbreak process starts. You will receive a notification once the jailbreak is completed successfully and Cydia starts to install. If you see a “Storage Almost Full” notification, simply ignore it.
  • Wait until it reboots automatically your device.

Now you’re all done!  Cydia will take some time  “Preparing filesystem” when you launch it for the first time. It will exit after it is done, and respiring your device.

Every time you reboot your device, you have to use the PP/Pangu app to re-jailbreak your device. The tool will update soon with bug fixes and for smooth usage

Note:

  • Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak English version not released yet
  • Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Jailbreak Mac version also have to be released
  • So we highly recommend you to wait until stable iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak tool release

How to Download Cydia iOS 9.3.3 for older iPhone, iPad & iPod models?

Pangu 9.3.3 Jailbreak only support for 64 bit devices, So many iOS 9.3.3 users unable to download Cydia on their devices. For those, can use iOS 9.3.3 Cydia downloader for Download Cydia on their iOS devices. This is semi-untethered version. But little bit differ from untethered jailbreak. This is the only way to download Cydia for iPhone SE, iPhone 5C and lower devices

Every thing you want to know about iOS 9, OS X El Capitan and Watch OS 2

iOS 9 update

New iOS 9 update bring a new level of Intelligence to the iOS, improvements to the core apps, exciting new iPad features and many more.

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Siri – Siri was revamped with a new interface and new name as ‘Proactive Assistant’. This proactivity will be extended throughout the operating system, allowing for useful features such as the ability to learn your favorite workout songs and make recommendations the next time you go to the gym.

Apple Pay – iOS 9 gets the highly-anticipated option for Apple Pay to add Discover credit cards, store credit cards, debit cards and retail reward cards.

Notes app – Now you able to add rich text to a document with new text formatting options and also a drawing tool for adding sketches to a note. Users also will be able to create checklists within a note as well as add a photo from the camera or camera roll using a new image import option.

Apple maps – Apple added public transit information to the Maps app in iOS 9. Siri also will be able to tap into the transit maps feature allowing you to pull up transit directions using the Proactive assistant.

News App –Apple introduced a new app to gathering the news you want most.

iPad improvements – The iPad also will gain support for multi-tasking that allows both a split-screen and picture-in-picture view. Also new to both the iPad and iPhone is a new task switcher to make switching between apps easier.

 

OS X El Capitan

Apple started its string of announcements by releasing OS X El Capitan, which includes several new features and a handful of improvements to core OS apps and services such as Spotlight, Safari, Notes, Photos and others.

OS X El Capitan

Improved Spotlight Search – New smarter Spotlight Search now includes a resizable window that can be moved around the display. It also included additional information such as weather, sports, stocks, web video, and transit information.

Split View – OS X El Capitan allows new split-screen view for full-screen apps that will allow you to run two Mac apps side-by-side and share content between the windows.

Metal for Mac – Apple introduced Metal for the Mac to improve game performance. Metal will allow the main processor and graphics processor to work together in a way that streamlines system performance.

Revamped Mission Control – Mission control makes it easier to find an open app with a new layout that arrange window previews in a single layer. No windows are stacked or hidden from view. You can even drag open windows between desktop spaces.

Mail Improvements – OS X Mail works looks like iOS Mail app, with a new swipe feature that allows you to manage your mail just like you do on your iPhone.

Photos – Most notable is the addition of third-party editing tools via an iOS like extension feature. When app is supported, you’ll be able to edit an image in Photos using your favorite image editing apps

Notes – Notes on OS X El Capitan will now accept more than just text. You now can quickly create a checklist, add a photo or drop in a link to a website or map.

Maps with Transit – Also similar to iOS 9, Maps on the Mac now will include public information for select cities worldwide.

Safari – There’s also a new option called “Mute All Tabs” that can mute all browser audio. Safari gets a much needed AirPlay feature that allows you to stream video from the browser to your HDTV and a new Pinned Sites option that allows you to keep favorite sites open for later reading.

New International Support – Apple added new system fonts and improved both its keyboard and trackpad handwriting input methods to make it easier for Chinese and Japanese text.

 

WatchOS 2

Apple also seeded beta version for Apple Watch as WatchOS 2 with support for native apps that will run directly on the Watch. WatchOS 2 also included new Nightstand mode, expand its Workouts app and improve upon its existing Watch Faces.

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Nightstand – The new Nightstand mode will automatically display the time and the next alarm when the Watch is charging. When an alarm sounds, the Digital Crown will act like snooze button and the side button will turn off the alarm.

Native App Support – Native app support will make it possible for developers to create apps that can run and process data directly on the iWatch.

HomeKit – Apple is adding HomeKit support to the WatchOS 2. Using this new capability, Apple Watch owners will be able to directly control lights and other HomeKit supported accessories through compatible Apple Watch apps.

Others – WatchOS 2 also will bring updated Apple Maps with Transit information.