Today, Apple released its second public beta for iOS 10, which lets anyone sample its latest and greatest mobile operating system. It is believed that a jailbreak might get released soon for iOS 9.3.2 or iOS 9.3.3, and the team responsible for that might be none other than the very talented and experienced Pangu. All you need to do is to register your account at Apple's Beta Program portal. In this version, five betas are there for fixing the previous bugs.
While the arena of Smartphone is willingly sitting tight for iOS 10 to come on the market in this year, Apple seems to create another punch in the market by launching the upgraded version of iOS 9.
There is a host of new features and updates the new public beta brings in tow. It is an effort by Apple to stop unauthorized access over iOS betas before reaching the point where anyone can test them on their devices. Also around that time, Apple is expected to release the next iPhones. On desktop, you can download and install the macOS Sierra beta from the Updates section in the Mac App Store.
MacOS: Apple has also released its macOS Sierra beta to for public users, MacRumors notes.
If you're a member of Apple's Beta Software Program, you can install the iOS 10 public beta 2 over-the-air from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch by going to Settings General Software Update. One of the major sensation of the internet is Pokemon Go, and we heard beta 2 users were not able to turn on AR mode.
Of course, Team Pangu hasn't confirmed anything officially and we are yet to hear the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak release date straight from the horse's mouth.