Is iOS 9.1 Jailbreak possible after iOS 9.0.2 Jailbreak?

As we have discussed before, unlike the anticipations users got the tools to jailbreak the new iOS 9.0.2 for iPhone and iPad. Now we have the updated version of the iOS 9.1 which got final after going thru tests with five beta releases. Are you looking about jailbreak status of the iOS 9.1? Here is the answer for you.

The surprising release of Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9 came for the iOS9.0, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2. The untethered jailbreak for iOS 9 was welcomed as much as it was surprising on its arrival. However following the early jailbreak, Apple fixed the loopholes in the first release. Thus with the iOS 9.1 jailbreak will probably be a little more complex than the first version.

This expectancy of Apple closing the loopholes, exploited for iOS 9 jailbreak, is also mentioned by Pangu team. Thus for the new iOS 9.1 there are high chances that the older jailbreak may not work. Considering this the users are advised to avoid updating to the iOS 9.1 if they want their device jailbroken running over iOS 9.0 or iOS 9.0.2.

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iS iOS 9.1 Jailbreak illegal or legal on iPhone and iPad

If you have been using a jailbroken device and have upgraded mistakenly there is a way back to get your device as jailbroken. But to do this you will need to downgrade from the iOS 9.1 to the iOS 9.0.2 version. Right now you can take advantage of signing windows which is kept open for a limited time.

Though we may find Pangu team or else clearing the way to iOS 9.1 jailbreak. But right now Apple update status show current spots for jailbreak are fixed. According to update log, iOS 9.1 security documents shows Apple has considered two spots exploited by Pangu team. Secondly Apple made downgrade for iOS 9.1 jailbreak impossible. So there are expectations of an on-device jailbreak for iOS 9.1 or iOS 9.2 but no public release is out yet.

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