General I got my iPhone 6+ replaced, but it's on 9.3.2. Wonder if there was a big difference between 9.3.3?

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  1. kalirob99 macrumors 68000

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    Figure at least I can jb right now, just curious. TIA.
     
  2. chrfr macrumors 604

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    9.3.3 contained a lot of pretty significant security updates. https://support.apple.com/HT206902
     
  3. kalirob99 thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Any worth panicking over to move to 9.3.5 though? Gotta admit I don't know what half of that means. :confused:
     
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    Youd be fine dude.
    You got lucky to get a jailbreakable version.
     
  5. kalirob99 thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Figured. Was hoping for 9.3.3, but this is close enough lol. Guess it beats the older 9.x jb's in terms of fixes.
     
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    I hear you.
    Let's hope we get an untethered jb down the road for iOS 10:)
     
  7. kalirob99 thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Lol No kidding. I get the feeling that with Apple paying $200k for any jb opening that the next jb could be early on in iOS 10. It'd be hard to trust someone won't sellout for $200k. :eek:
     
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    I hear you, the amount of the reward depends on the exploit and if it's deep inside the hardware portion such as bootrom vulnerability or just a software userland exploit.
    They all have different price tags. But either way Apple is offering cold hard cash so let's see if our usual Chinese hacker teams decide to release for free or get a big paycheck.
    Current jailbreaks will reach the $50K and $25K payment marks.

    Secure boot firmware components - $200,000 Max Payment
    Extraction of confidential material protected by the Secure Enclave Processor - $100,000 Max Payment
    Execution of arbitrary code with kernel privileges - $50,000 Max Payment
    Unauthorized access to iCloud account data on Apple servers - $50,000 Max Payment
    Access from a sandboxed process to user data outside of that sandbox - $25,000 Max Payment
     

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