Apple iOS 9.1 has released few days ago for iPhone and iPad. Good news for people who like to Jailbreak their Apple Devices, iOS 9.1 Jailbreak for iPhone 6S, 6 Plus, 6, 6 Plus will be out soon.
It’s been a few days since Apple released the new iOS 9.1 which came with a few bug fixes here and there and some performance improvements, including upturns for your Live Photos. In addition, the biggest update was the emoji; it’s about 150 new of them along with “the middle finger”, a feature that even non-Apple users have been waiting to see for quite some time now.
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At this point, it may seem like a good idea to update, since there are less issues with the iOS 9.1 compared to the two previous versions. But before you rush into it, bear in mind that there is no jailbreak available for the iOS 9.1 and judging by the hard time that Apple is giving to the respective hacking teams, this should take even longer. So unless you want to lose your jailbroken version over 150 emoji, think again.
The question is when can we expect to see a jailbreak for this new version? There is no answer to that question for now, and no mathematical formula based on the time that experts needed for the previous versions either.
But still, with that being said, there’s a good chance that Pangu, the team that released the iOS 9 jailbreak, is working on this one right now as well.
On the other hand, since Apple seems to be following the same update release rates with the iOS 8, it is very likely that we will also see iOS 9.2, 9.3 and why not even a 9.4 update. So Pangu, or any other team that works on a jailbreak, could choose for its own reason to wait until another update rolls out before releasing their jailbreak.
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Nothing is denied and nothing is taken for granted at the same time. All we know for now is that updating to the iOS 9.1 may not be the best idea you’ve had since you’ll lose the jailbreak – unless you are desperate to get rid of those bugs that have been all over 9.0.2. and 9.0.1 versions.
And of course, you can go back to the iOS 9.0.2 if you want to, as Apple is still signing for that, but we don’t know for how long it will keep doing it, which means you’re taking a risk.
What are your thoughts on the existing jailbreak for iOS 9.0.2? Let us know in the comments below.