If you have been following the news, then you probably already know that iOS 9.1 has been released publicly and is now available for download. While it is a good news for emoji lovers, it also baresÂ a warning for those who like to jailbreak their devices. If your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is jailbroken on any version of iOS 9, then it is better for you if you stay away from iOS 9.1, as it cannot be jailbroken using the Pangu 9 tool. The release comes a week after the jailbreak was made available by the Chinese team of iOS hackers.
While people have tried and failed to jailbreak iOS 9.1 using Pangu9, Apple has also mentioned in its change log of iOS 9.1 that it has fixed many exploits and has explicitly credited Pangu Team for their discovery.Â It is too early to say whether we will see an iOS 9.1 jailbreak soon, as it can take up from up to a week to several months for a jailbreak to get released.
If you are someone who is still running jailbroken iOS 8.4 and wants to upgrade to iOS 9.0.2 to jailbreak it, or if you want to restore your device one last time, then now is the time to do as of this moment, Apple is still signing iOS 9.0.2. However thatÂ may not be true for long, so better hurry up.
We will update you when new details about an iOS 9.1 jailbreak become available, so stay tuned.