Pangu has shared the jailbreak for iOS 9.1, although little by little it is less necessary.
We already discussed it when the jailbreak for iOS 9 came out, there really are few reasons to risk jailbreaking our devices.
Partly because of the new Apple policy, which already gives the go-ahead to applications that it did not allow before, and partly because many of the options that were possible with jailbreak have already officially reached the latest versions of iOS.
The jailbreak, a practice that has fallen dramatically
In spite of everything, as long as there are still hackers who look for the smallest bug that allows them to take control of the system and do what they want with it.
It is clear that if you want to exploit all the possibilities of your iOS device, you need to jailbreak, either to install prohibited applications in the App Store using alternative stores such as Cydia, or to modify the behavior of the system in a way that official menus do not allow.
In short, the jailbreak is still the best option for those who want to personalize and have all the freedom on what they buy.
And now they can do it thanks to the Pangu group, which has released the jailbreak for the latest version of iOS, 9.1.
Steps to take before installing the jailbreak for iOS 9.1
As usual in this group, the tool they have released is simple and allows us to jailbreak connecting our device to a Mac or Windows computer; It is compatible with the latest Apple models, such as the iPhone 6S and 6S + or the latest iPad.
Before taking the step, it is advisable to make a complete backup, so it could happen; in addition, this jailbreak does not go well if we usually update our device goes OTA, so we should download the latest firmware for our device and install it through iTunes.
Other tricks to make the transition go smoothly are activate airplane mode, restart our device, and take advantage of the functionality of restoring the system that includes the Pangu tool.
Finally, a very important detail to remember when installing this jailbreak is that there is no going back; if we install it, we will not be able to return to the official version of iOS 9 or iOS 9.1. The only alternative would be to wait for iOS 9.2 or the next version of iOS that Apple presents.
Something that will probably happen in the next few days, when Apple is expected to present the new iPhone models. That’s another detail that shows what the scene has changed: Before the race to break Apple’s security was more exciting than the jailbreak itself, but today it can take so long that the next official version can arrive earlier.
Jailbreak Pangu for iOS 9.1