iOS 9.1 And 9.2 Could Be Jailbroken Before 2016
The internet is full of rumors and some of them are referring to the jailbreak versions of the latest released iOS 9.1 and the upcoming iOS 9.2. The rumors suggest that the hackers will manage to jailbreak these versions by the end of this year, although Apple has improved its security features.
The team of hackers from Pangu has released the Pangu 9 Jailbreak tool with which the owners of an Apple phone or tablet running on iOS 9.0.1 and 9.0.2 can jailbreak their devices. iOS 9.1 Jailbreak is possible with Semi Jailbreak online script and the users need a TaiG 9 beta tool, but for now, TaiG 9 Jailbreak is not ready to be released for the public, still, if you insist on jailbreaking your device, then the solution for iOS 9.1 Jailbreak is Semi Jailbreak, which is not the full functional Jailbreak method.
Unfortunately, Apple has patched the Pangu 9 Jailbreak with the latest released iOS version, so the users are not allowed to downgrade from iOS 9.1 to iOS 9.0.2, which means that if you want to install Cydia tweaks on your jailbroken device, you shouldn’t make the mistake to upgrade to iOS 9.1 yet.
The fans believe that the hacking groups, especially the Chinese team Pangu, will be able to crack iOS 9.1 and even iOS 9.2 by the end of this year or no later than the first quarter of 2016. Until now, there was an anonymous hacking team who won $1 million in Zerodium’s iOS 9 Bug Bounty contest, but most likely, the cybersecurity firm will keep the jailbreak version to itself.
Apple will continue to work on improving security features, and the company already started with the iOS 9.1, but things will complicate for the hacking teams until the iOS 10 will be released, let’s not lose hope and wait patiently until Pangu or other teams of hackers will finally give us some good news.
Many users are jailbreaking their devices in order to install applications and games from the Cydia store, this process removes predetermined restrictions, causing the loss of the warranty of the phone.