IOS 9.2 Jailbreak Still Unavailable

IOS 9.2 Jailbreak Still Unavailable

IOS 9.2 Jailbreak Still Unavailable

The particular version is not a major update. iOS 9.2 fixes minor bugs and brings security updates. iOS 9 users will just have to wait for further announcements.

However, one hacker by the name of Luca Todesco previously flaunted on his Twitter account - and admitted - that he had successfully cracked the iOS 9.2.1 and made a jailbreak version of it. Unfortunately, he later on said that he will not release this jailbreak to the public. Remember, jailbreakers postponed an iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak so that they could instead devote their attention to this latest iOS 9.3 release.

And they're racing against each other with the former breaking into the latter's iOS security measures while the latter tries to patch up the holes on their iOS' security measures as soon as Pangu releases a jailbreak tool. Multiple reports have disclosed that such rumors are fake and baseless.

At present, only one iOS jailbreak is functioning. Only a few would be still running iOS 9.1 on their device. However, the release coming this late does mean that anyone who has already update to iOS 9.2 or 9.3 are simply out of luck as Apple is no longer signing or making iOS 9.1 or 9.2 available to the public, which keeps the technology updated and running smoothly while it also makes downgrading from iOS 9.2.1 impossible and you can not take full advantage of the latest Pangu jailbreak since it is a later version. It is possible that a jailbreaking 9.2.1 version could show up at some point in time, but this is also pretty doubtful. Jailbreaking helps the Apple user to have better control on his device.

IOS 9.2 is now available to all Apple users for download. The jailbreaking will become illegal if it violates copyrights. Sadly, older versions of these devices are not supported by the current build of the jailbreak, like the iPhone 5 and 5c, iPod Touch, iPad Mini, and iPad 2 to 4. You can refer to our how-to jailbreak guide to jailbreak your iOS device.

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