The Pangu team has already now released the new jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 down to 9.2, outside the Asian area.
It is currently available on their website with download and instructions. This is a “semi-tethered” jailbreak. This means that after each restart of the device the jailbreak must be reinitialized again with the Pangu app. During the jailbreak a necessary certificate is issued for the Pangu app. For this is an Apple ID required. With a standard Apple ID, you can create a certificate which holds one week. This is needed for local jailbreaking with the Pangu app, so the process has to be repeated after a week if you want to reinitiate the jailbreak after a restart. However, anyone who have developer account can issue a certificate which is a whole valid. The current jailbreak is unfortunately only for 64-bit devices available.
A detailed tutorial how you install a jailbreak on your device is here.
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