Apple’s OS 1.0 was the first version to be jailbroken before being renamed as iOS and its Jailbreak lets users to customize their devices running on Apple’s operating system with their own wallpapers, quick reply and Notification Center widgets. Users of jailbroken iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices can install unapproved third-party apps, tweaks, mods, custom themes, utilities and other content available on an unofficial App Store named Cydia without being blocked by Apple.
Hacking Team from China, Pangu, an iOS hacking. The Pangu has now just released the first public untethered iOS 9 jailbreak, which users of the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can install on the devices. The iOS 9 jailbreak can also be installed on the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, as well as Apple devices running on any of the public version of iOS 9, including iOS 9.0, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2. Since Pangu’s untethered jailbreak is for versions of iOS before 9.1, Apple users will have to downgrade the version running on their device before applying the jailbreak.
Although jailbreaking allows users to customize their devices running on iOS by freeing them from Apple’s control, the modifications made to the software is a violation of the End User License Agreement (EULA) with the company and voids the warranties.
Users have been advised to create a backup of their data through iTunes before installing the latest iOS 9 jailbreak on their device in order to prevent data loss or corruption. Pangu has listed instructions on how users can install the iOS 9 untethered jailbreak on its website and recommends disabling Find My iPhone and passcodes in order to successfully install the jailbreak.
Meanwhile, Redditors have built a Wiki page to help iPhone users install the untethered jailbreak for iOS 9 and will provide continuous updates about Pangu’s exploits.