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The owners of an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch are curious if and when there will be released iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 jailbreak, as the final versions of these updates have already been launched by Apple. iOS 9.1 and 9.2 have been tested for a while by the developers and public testers and all this time, Pangu 9 and TaiG have worked hard on jailbreaking them.

Until now, Pangu 9 has managed to jailbreak iOS 9.0, 9.0.1 and 9.0.2, then Apple patched all security loopholes in beta 4 of iOS 9.1. This is why the hackers from Pangu 9 advised the users to not upgrade their devices to iOS 9.1 or iOS 9.2 if they want to remain jailbroken and to enjoy having installed all kinds of tweaks from the Cydia stores.

If you made the mistake to upgrade to iOS 9.1, you can’t downgrade to iOS 9.0.2 anymore, because Apple stopped signing this version. So, if you upgraded from an earlier version than iOS 9.0.2, you will no longer be able to downgrade to this version.

Since now there is no public jailbreak solution for the two iOS versions, because the jailbreak vulnerabilities that have been used for the iOS 9 and 9.02 have been patched, you should stay away from iOS 9.1 and 9.2.

At first, Apple has published a document about iOS 9.1 security, confirming that the two vulnerabilities found by the team of jailbreakers from Pangy have been patched. For a while, Apple has left the signing window open to downgrade to iOS 9.0.2, so those users who upgraded to iOS 9.1 were able to return to the previous version.

Then, later it was discovered that a browser-based untethered jailbreak for the two new versions exists, but the public will never have access to it. Recently, the final version of iOS 9 was released, and Apple still signed iOS 9.1, but this didn’t help the jailbreakers, then the iOS 9.2.1 beta arrived and the users were no longer able to downgrade to iOS 9.1.

The users were happy when they heard the confirmation from TaiG’s partner, 3K Assistant, that the team has managed to jailbreak iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2, but the announcement was removed in short time.

Now, an independent Italian developer called Luca Tedesco has announced that he managed to jailbreak iOS 9.2.1 on his iPhone 6, but he didn’t say anything about releasing the tool for the public.

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