NEW YORK — It’s the jailbreaking tweak that could allow jailbreakers, like Steve Jobs, to take over your smartphone and take control over your life.
Apple has released the jailbreaker tweak that lets jailbreakers take over the phone and take over all the applications and services on your phone, according to reports in China.
Apple says that the tweak lets jailbreak iOS devices, but only when jailbreakers have already taken over the jailbroken phone.
Apple’s tweak allows jailbreakers to take command of a jailbroken iPhone and control all the apps and services that it runs.
Jailbreakers can then make changes to the device’s settings and permissions without needing to wipe data.
If you’re jailbroken, you have the option to jailbreak your phone by installing the jailbreaker tweak, and jailbreakers can also make changes.
Apple said the tweak, dubbed iOS 9.3, is available on the Apple App Store.
The tweak lets you jailbreak any iPhone you own.
It doesn’t work on iPad models or on the iPad Pro, which are only supported by jailbreak software from Apple.
Apple also said the jailBREAKER tweak allows users to control the jailbreaks that are running on their devices.
Apple says jailbreaking software from its partners and partners in the industry will help developers improve jailbreak apps.
Apple does not offer a jailbreak version of its iPhone software.