Despite the reported security features added to Apple’s mobile products, recent reports said that the new iOS for iPhones and iPad products can still have a jailbreak edition before the year ends.
Jailbreak studios like PanGu have already managed to come up with a version that is compatible with the iOS 9, but they are already working to release another jailbreak tool for iOS 9.1-powed devices as well as another one for the upcoming iOS 9.2. According to the reports, these jailbreak versions could come out before the year ends.
Apple device users with iOS 9 and iOS 9.1 can jailbreak their units by using the Semi Jailbreak online script with a TaiG 9 beta tool. However, the TaiG 9 is still unavailable to the public and only the registered developers can have the access to the software.
Just recently, the Cupertino tech giant patched the PanGu 9 Jailbreak with the recently released iOS version, which made the downgrading from iOS 9.1 to iOS 9.0.2 impossible. Because of this, it would be hard to add the Cydia tweaks on any jailbroken device that already runs using the iOS 9.1.
Neurogadget reported that Apple will not cease in coming up with ways to improve the security features of its devices, just like what it did with the current iOS 9.1. This will be sad news for hacking teams like PanGu as well as those who enjoy installing third party apps in the Apple gadgets since it means that it will be harder to create jailbreak tools in the coming days.
However, jailbreaking fans still believe that the hacking groups will manage to crack Apple Inc.’s iOS 9.1 and the soon-to-be-released iOS 9.2 to be able to release the jailbreak tools for the Cupertino-made devices before the year ends or sometime in the early months of 2016.