Apple is preparing to release iOS 9.2.1 and there’s no word yet about the iOS 9.2 Jailbreak. Will the teams of hackers have enough time to come with a new jailbreak tool or they will need to start all over again, because Apple will close up the current exploits and will kill the jailbreak.
iOS 9 was launched in October, 2015, alongside the iPhone 6S, 6S Plus, iPad Pro and iPad Mini 4, then it was roll out to the older devices. Meanwhile, Apple has launched updates which fixed some bugs and brought stability improvements, so now, the company is ready to release the iOS 9.2.1, as currently it’s testing the second beta, which means that soon the final version will arrive and will give hackers a hard time jailbreaking it.
So far, the new iOS has been jailbroken only one time and there were rumors that the TaiG Team is working hard on jailbreaking iOS 9.2. Recently, 3K Assistant, one of TaiG Team’s partners, has claimed that the team managed to jailbreak iOS 9.2, after many days of hard work. “iOS 9.2 official version has been released from the past eight days, and in eight days, 3K Assistant has been working hard on jailbreaking iOS 9.2. The effort has finally been rewarded as after eight days of struggle, 3K Assistant has made a breakthrough on iOS 9.2 jailbreak”, wrote 3K Assistant in a Weibo post.
The post has been removed and 3K Assistant replaced the announcement, saying that the iOS 9.2 jailbreak version is “coming soon”, which means that the team hasn’t given up on the project and in short time, the iOS 9.2 jailbreak will be released. But with the iOS 9.2.1 knocking on the door, the hackers must hurry in order to make the breakthrough.
iOS 9.2 comes with fixes for some of the bugs and glitches that the developers have found in the previous version. Also, Apple has brought USB Camera Adapter support for iPhones, Arabic support for Siri, Apple Music is no longer “annoying” and now, Safari View Controller is working with third-party application extensions.
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