It’s been a while since we’ve heard new rumors about the iOS 9.2 jailbreak, but it’s not the time to get excited yet, because we don’t have any good news. Apple has made great efforts to discourage the iOS hackers in the jailbreak community to make another jailbreak release, after patching up all the exploits that have been used by TaiG and Pangu. However, after releasing the iOS 9.1 jailbreak, these teams of hackers continued to work on a new jailbreak, but it’s still not known what iOS version they’re trying to crack and when they’ll release the jailbreak.
iOS 9 was released in October, and since then, Apple has released five important updates: iOS 9.0.1 on September 23, 2015, with a fix for the bug that was causing the ”Slide to Upgrade screen to freeze when the users were updating from earlier iOS versions; iOS 9.0.2 on September 30, 2015 with a fix for the lock screen bypass issue; iOS 9.1 on October 21, 2015 with support for the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil +the 4th generation Apple TV; iOS 9.2 on December 8, 2015, with support for the Arabic language and USB Camera Adapter, allowing users to transfer photos from their iPhones to any iDevice, without being forced to sync to a computer first; iOS 9.2.1 on January 19, 2016, with more bug fixes.
Now, the jailbreak enthusiasts are exasperated because the iOS 9.2 jailbreak is still not available, and neither Pangu, nor TaiG have succeeded to release the jailbreak. However, rumors say that they’re waiting for iOS 9.3 to be released in a month, so they can release a new jailbreak for it.
It was rumored that the iOS 9.2 jailbreak has been released, but it was kept as a secret, but this information is most likely false, because Apple already included many security fixes in iOS 9.2.1, which messed with the exploits that have been used by jailbreakers.
The good news is that PP, one of Pangu’s partners, the iOS 9.2 jailbreak could be released though, but the hackers haven’t given more details about it. But the users are warned to not update their devices to iOS 9.2.1, because Apple might close its signing window for iOS 9.2.
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