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iOS 9 Jailbreak goes online, but Apple closed Pangu team’s iOS 9.1 Jailbreak

After a long attempt, Pangu team is back with the iOS 9 jailbreak and setup goes online on their official page. The new Apple operating system is so powerful and secure. Once you have updated to the latest version, users can’t downgrade to previous version. The company shut down former OS sign-up window not only for iOS 9.0.1 users, but also in iOS 8.4.1 version.ios9-jailbreak-iphone-ipad

Pangu team’s latest iOS jailbreak went online and they even shared requirement on reddit page. This jailbreak was applicable for iOS 9 or higher version iPod, iPhone as well as iPad devices. The untethered jailbreak was working fine, but not for long days. Apple detected Pangu team’s two vulnerabilities used to hack iOS 9.1, which was then fixed up.

Lifehacker reports, iOS 9 jailbreak brings really cool stuff and customizing features. It gives full control on your devices. The jailbroken device can easily personalize according to the owner choice. You can personalize themes, icons as well as some other cool features.

According to the Apple support page, “A heap based buffer overflow issue existed in the DNS client library. A malicious application with the ability to spoof responses from the local configd service may have been able to cause arbitrary code execution in DNS clients.” -credit (PanguTeam)

The hackers knew that, Cupertino giant will fix iOS 9.1 jailbreak exploitations. Luckily, the Pangu team rolled out iOS 9 jailbreak over the internet.

It’s not going to end here, Pangu team will unlock iOS 9.0.1 jailbreak for those updated devices in the coming days. We look forward more updates on jailbreak and Pangu team. Stay connected and don’t forget to share your opinion in the comment section below.

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