If you’re planning to jailbreak your iPad or iPhone that runs on iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2, then you’ve come in the right place, as we’re going to tell you everything about it.
This jailbreak was released by the hacker group called Pangu. We’re pretty sure that not many expected this jailbreak to happen so fast, as previous rumors were saying that both Pangu and TaiG are waiting for the iOS 9.1 release before they will finally release any jailbreak.
It seems that Saurik also updated both the Cydia Substrate and Cydia installer for the iOS 9 jailbreak, but it seems that not all popular jailbreak tools are ready for it, there is an online public spreadsheet on Google Docs, where you can see all the tools that have been tested with the iOS 9 jailbreak.
Here are a few tools that are working on the new iOS 9 jailbreak:
Dietbar, Facebook++, Fuse, Instagram++, NoSafariTopBlur, OpenSSH, Power Saver Mode, PowerBanners, Twitter++, WiFi Explorer, Youtube++, BatteryLife, GroupMe, iCleaner, Flat Notes, NoLockBounce, ScramblePass.
If you want to see the entire spreadsheet on Google Docs, search on Google for “iOS 9 Jailbreak Compatibility Google Docs” and it will most likely be in the first or second place in the search result.
Unfortunately, it seems that there are a lot of tools that are currently not working on the jailbreak version of iOS 9 and it will take a while until all of them will function. At the same time, there are tools that are partially working or others who have not been tested yet, however, we suggest you to keep looking at this live spreadsheet when you have the time, as it will get updated in real time.
Have you installed the iOS 9 jailbreak on your iPad or iPhone?