If your iPhone is still on iOS 9.1, you might want to stick with it because upgrading to iOS 9.2 up to iOS 9.3.2 would prove problematic in terms of jailbreak. This is because the last jailbreak available was Pangu9 for iOS 9.1.
So if you’ve already upgraded to iOS 9.2.1, the chances of you jailbreaking your phone are pretty slim or almost non-existent. It is safe to say that hope for a jailbreak could be lost.
Rumors about iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak started early this year. But the first quarter is already over and still, no sign of the much-awaited jailbreak.
There are several reasons why the delay just keeps getting longer and longer.
Apple has upped security with its firmware. Jailbreaking teams are finding it harder and harder to get past Apple’s defenses. Some would say that Apple’s firmware is far from invincible. But the fact that the last update was iOS 9.1 is proof enough. It had been two Apple updates, after all. There was iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.2.1 with no available jailbreak tool.
But we can’t ignore the fact that an Italian developer claimed to have jailbroken iOS 9.2.1. Luca Todesco even posted a screenshot of his device with Cydia. But because he kept his exploits private, there is no way to verify his claims. The closest thing to an evidence would be the fact that Apple credited him for pointing out of a vulnerability of iOS 9.2.1.
It’s also possible that jailbreakers are simply ignoring iOS 9.2.1 and are waiting for iOS 9.3.2 instead. Since they’ve already skipped most of iOS 9.2 and later versions, they might as well jump past them altogether. In this case, all hope is lost for an iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak.
Under the circumstances, it is safe to stick with iOS 9.2.Don’t make the mistake of upgrading, asiOS 9.3.1 Jailbreak is also not available, only fake files and possible malware. Of course, if you have already updated to the newer operating system, the best thing you can do is wait. Wait for Pangu or TaiG to release a jailbreak tool that is safe and reliable.
Don’t make the mistake of falling victim of jailbreaking scams, which happen to be everywhere. Check out reviews before you download anything. And unless you got the jailbreak file from the official websites of Pangu or TaiG, don’t open it or attempt to install it.