On Tuesday, the company Apple released the fifth beta version of the operating system iOS 9.3 to developers and beta testers. The update is available to all members of the respective programs Apple for download by air or through the developer portal.
This release took place one week after the release of the previous, fourth, beta version, in which a redesigned icon for the Night Shift function in the Control Center was added and some changes were made within the system. The first beta iOS 9.3 was released about two months ago.
As a reminder, iOS 9.3 will be a significant update with important innovations that all users can see directly. These include Night Shift, password protection for Notes, new actions 3D Touch, and more.
Along with the beta iOS 9.3, the fifth beta versions of the operating systems OS X 10.11.4, watchOS 2.2 and tvOS 9.2 were also released. No significant changes were found in these releases, the accompanying notes talk about bug fixes and general improvements in the functioning of systems. This post will be updated if any specific changes become known. If you find something, be sure to write about it in the comments.
Update: fixed a vulnerability that could be exploited in jailbreak iOS 9.3.
ModMyi.com reported that in beta 5 iOS 9.3 a vulnerability was fixed that could be used for jailbreak. “According to Chinese sources, a potential jailbreak exploit iOS 9.3 was fixed Apple in the fifth beta. At the moment it is not clear how this vulnerability was found and whether this information is reliable at all. ”
Probably, it was this vulnerability that the Pangu hackers developed their jailbreak based on. If so, they need to find another exploit in order to successfully crack iOS 9.3.