Apple released iOS 9.3.1 to fix a bug related to universal links crashing bug whenever links were tapped in Safari and other apps. But now that we have iOS 9.3.1 available for download. In iOS 9.3.1 compared to iOS 9.3, It has not much changed. An Italian developer named Luca Tedesco successfully jailbreak iOS 9.3.1 and post a video showing jailbroken iOS 9.3 on an iPhone shortly after release of the final iOS 9.3 beta. The problem is that his exploit is private and he doesn’t plan share details as a public jailbreak tool. Apple’s security updates page doesn’t include any further changes for iOS 9.3.1. Previously iOS 9.3 Jailboken by iOS hacker while on it's final beta stage. So technically, iOS 9.3 exploit should work on iOS 9.3.1 as well.
Reputed jailbreak teams such as, Pangu and TaiG usually don’t provide any updates prior to a public release. At this point in time with iOS 9.3.1 released and the latest iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro available in stores, we can only hope that they have working for iOS 9.3 - iOS 9.3.1 Jailbreak and will release once it’s ready for primetime. Finally, there is currently no available Jailbreak for iOS 9.2, 9.2.1, 9.3 and iOS 9.3.1. Those of you who care about security and don’t intereset in jailbreaks should update to the latest version. But want a jailbreak should stay away from new iOS updates and wait for the next iOS 9.3 jailbreak release. As always, we will keep bringing you latest updates related to Jailbreak and Apple iOS as soon as it's released. Stay tuned with us.
So, when jailbreak is happened consumer or payable softwares can be installed via pirate app stores called Cydia. This is the main concern to avoid jailbreaking and try to protect iOS from third party apps.
Considering about legal status, jailbreaking is legal for your iphone as the US government concerning. The DMCA is recognized that the opinions of the EFF to let users freedom to add idevice jailbreaking to anti- circumvention requirements.
What Apple says is, do not jailbreaking, as you would imagine. They stand steadfastly to opposite the jailbreaking. Therefore the Apple updates the iOS usually to prevent any kind of Users should have a doubt, if may be something goes wrong, can they back again or fix their iphone. Sometimes users have to attend to connection about idevice to iTunes and restore the device back to original settings, that is resolved the doubt. Thts is one of the most important feature on iOS devices.
Jailbreaking iOS is the program that remove restrictions from the idevice executed by Apple, it helps to root iOS and supports to customize the device. Then it allows user to download and install third party as well as pirate apps on the device.
Yes, according to the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) in October, 2015 has exempted to jailbreak iOS and install Cydia on idevices such as iPhone, iPad, iPod.
Yes, you can. Only thing you want to do is connect to the iTunes via PC and restore the device; then restore the date that you backuped to the cloud with iTunes or else iCloud.