Apple has worked very hard over the years to make their different versions of iOS free from jailbreak. For all these years they have been failing to stop jailbreakers from breaching into their security and allowing users of the device to access restricted things.
This time around, the hard work and dedications of the engineers at Apple have finally come off. They finally have an operating system that looks to be impossible to jailbreak.
The iOS 8.2 and 8.3 have been rolled out and has been in the market for a while now, but much to the surprise of iPhone users, famous Chinese jailbreakers like Pangu and TaiG are yet to taste success when it comes to jailbreaking the iOS 8.3.
With TAIG confirming that there will be a jailbreak available for iOS 8.2 back in December, there hasn’t been news about the jailbreak being released. This clearly brings us to the conclusion that iOS 8.3 will also not have any kind of jailbreak available for itself.
There have been some shocking speculations that have got everyone to rethink about the jailbreak of iOS 8.3. It has been reported by 9 to 5 Mac, that Apple is presently devoting time to form a new security system named “Rootless” that makes jailbreaking exponentially more difficult than it ever was in the past. Sources say that Rootles will restrict the use of certain security files even at the administrative-level.
The primary reason behind designing Rootless is to keep particular files protected on Apple devices and not let anyone fiddle around with it. According to Bassens, Rootless will restrict access to raw files and certain specific system functions.