Apple has released its latest iOS to its new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, but it seems that the developers are not getting near on jailbreaking the 9.1 version.
The iOS 9 comes with many new features and improvements but, unfortunately, the hackers will probably not jailbreak it very soon, it seems that Apple did a pretty good job on securing the iOS 9 and this is giving a headache to the hacker groups, who are currently trying to find the possible vulnerabilities.
According to reports, the 9.1 version was already sent to testers, but at the same time, the TaiG and PanGu teams are already working on jailbreaking it, however, these two jailbreaker teams haven’t confirmed that they are currently working on 9.1.
One of the things that prevent the jailbreaking of the iOS 9.1 is that users can’t simply download the beta version on their systems, as they will need to create a special profile from the Apple’s public beta website before accessing the regular version of the software, with other words, Apple has the power to limit the number of people that can access the latest OS.
Until now, only iH8sn0w has managed to jailbreak iOS 9 and to prove that, he posted a video on YouTube, however the hacker clearly said that he will not release the jailbreak for the public, we remind you that the users who already updated their device to 9, 9.0.1 or 9.0.2 can’t downgrade back to iOS 8.4.1.
We’re pretty sure that, soon enough, we will hear some news about the jailbreak status of the iOS 8.4.1, however, when it comes to iOS 9, it seems that the hackers will try to jailbreak the iOS 9.1 and skip 9, 9.0.1 and latest version.
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