Here’s how you can jailbreak your iPhone without worrying about certificate expiration
A few months ago, we finally saw the release of iOS 9.2-9.3.3 jailbreak by the Pangu team. This jailbreak is a bit different from previous versions in a few regards. Firstly, it can be considered semi-untethered, meaning you have to run an app each time you boot to jailbreak your device. Secondly, the app used to jailbreak works via a certificate that will expire in a few months, specifically in April 2017.
Until that day arrives, users can continue to use their jailbroken phones easily, but once it does, you won’t be able to perform the action on your phone without a proper certificate. Fortunately, veteran iOS hacker Luca Todesco has come up with a solution to this problem on his website https://jbme.qwertyoruiop.com/. Surprisingly, the webpage lets you re-jailbreak your device without any certificate. If your gadget has already been through jailbreaking process, you can have it redone just by visiting the site. In case you’re a newbie, follow this guide:
Step 1: First of all, follow the instructions here to jailbreak your iPhone, iPod, or iPad for the first time.
Step 2: Once your phone has been jailbroken, visit the following link on Safari. Don’t hit the Go button just yet. Tap on the Share button in Safari and select “Add to Home Screen.”
Step 3: Name it to Jailbreak and the shortcut will be placed on your home screen. Now, all you need to do for the jailbreak is launch the home screen shortcut and tap on go. In a few seconds, your phone will respring into jailbreak mode.
That’s how simple it is. If you have any questions, do let us know in the comments below.