Apple users are still waiting for the day to come when either TaiG or Pangu will finally announce to have successfully cracked the newly released updates by Apple and will finally release a jailbreak. Unfortunately, we have been waiting for so long, where there have been emerging some fake jailbreaks fooling users. But just to be clear, there is still no official jailbreak for the iOS 9.1, 9.2, 9.2.1 and the new iOS 9.3 beta. This means that any announcement stating that there is a jailbreak available for download, especially when it is not from the reputable jailbreak teams, such as the ones mentioned above, should not be trusted.
With all the uncertainties, it is good to know that Pangu has released a tool to keep Apple users updated on the jailbreak that they are working on. They state in detail on their websites the steps on how to download and install the app to keep us updated on the iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak status.
So far, both TaiG and Pangu have been very quiet on the status of their jailbreaking efforts after Apple released iOS 9.1 until the current iOS version. However, there is one person, Luca Todesco, who claimed to have successfully hacked the iOS 9.1 and 9.2. Unfortunately, after announcing the jailbreak and uploading pictures for proof, he decided not to release or share his achievement for public use. Instead, he only highlighted that it was more difficult to jailbreak the iOS 9.2.1 than the earlier versions. With this in mind, we can expect that jailbreaking iOS 9.3 will be even more difficult, knowing that Apple is continuing its efforts to protect their software each release. Plus, because the 9.3 is still in beta version, it would be hard to believe that someone has already hacked the system.
iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak Not Happening?
Those who want to do more of their Apple devices are still eagerly looking forward to the success of jailbreaking iOS 9.2.1. However, they might be unfortunate as there are rumors that such a thing might not come because of the approaching iteration of the iOS 9.3. As Apple has already launched the 4th and final beta version of the iOS 9 series, people have been buzzing that the groups working on the jailbreak now want for the company to release the final version of the operating system before they would work on it to avoid wasted or unnecessary efforts.
Though there were rumors about a successful jailbreak for iOS 9.2.1 or at least close to completing it, the truth is that known hacking groups are reportedly still working on it. And considering that there are fake jailbreaks that are surfacing lately, users are advised to back up their files, be cautious in using them and first check first their credibility. Withal, we should keep in mind that, once a successful jailbreak comes, there is most likely an official report about it.
So for now, those who are hoping for a valid jailbreak for these iOS versions will have to stretch their patience more.
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