The first beta version of iOS 9.3 is only available since yesterday (read: iOS 9.3 beta 1 is available: the list of new features), but it has already been jailbroken by the hacker Luca Todesco. As a reminder, he was the one who shared a screenshot of an iPhone 6 with iOS 9.2.1 a few days ago with Cydia (read: iPhone 6: the iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak succeeded by Luca Todesco).
It was therefore necessary to wait only a few hours to see the first one disembark iOS 9.3 jailbreak. Luca Todesco posted a video titled “iOS 9.3 Beta 1 arm64 Jailbreak Demo (w / Code Injection)”In which we see him launching version 1.1.26 of Cydia on an iPhone 6 (identifiable by the identifier 7.2).
He will then use the Terminal application to inject code, or at least prove that it is possible to log in as administrator (sudo) in the bowels of the device. Of course, this proves that the iPhone 6 video is well jailbroken, since it is impossible to access the folders and internal files of iOS devices in normal times.
As for the publication for the general public of this iOS 9.3 jailbreak, it will probably be necessary to wait for the release of the final version of the firmware to hope to see the release of a release tool. Hopefully, the TaiG and PanGu teams are also working on updating their respective software…