iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.1 Jailbreak Update – Hello Jailbreakers! It’s been a while since we’ve posted and guess what, a lot has happened in our absence. Not only has Apple released iOS 9.3.1 to the general public, but they’ve also issued the first beta of its successor: iOS 9.3.2. That’s crazy for just a couple weeks, right? Well there’s a reason behind it all. First, let’s start with iOS 9.3.1 and quickly discuss why the firmware was released before moving on to jailbreaking, the possibility of an iOS 9.3.1 jailbreak and iOS 9.3.2. For the complete scoop, continue reading past the break.
Jailbreak iOS 9.3 Update; Pangu & TaiG VS iOS 9.3 Release! What to Expect – Recently ensuing Apple’s March media event, the company released iOS 9.3 to the general public: the next major firmware release that offers native f.lux functionality, improvements to performance, password protection to the default Notes app and more. If you remember, iOS 9.3 is the firmware that jailbreak developers have likely been waiting on for months now – opting out of jailbreaking iOS 9.2.1 in favor of iOS 9.3 may have been the smart move, but do you know why? In addition to discussing iOS 9.3 in general, we’ll also delve into the basics as to why an iOS 9.3 jailbreak makes sense in today’s article; continue reading past the break.
iPhone SE and iPad Pro 9.7-inch LIVE – Beyond the recent hype surrounding the forthcoming Untethered iOS 9.3 jailbreak, the iPhone SE and 9.7-inch iPad Pro have been the most exciting (and intriguing) topics for Apple enthusiasts and journalists alike. As we’ve stated a number of times on Jailbreak Pangu, the next jailbreak utility will be heavily contingent upon the release of the upcoming iOS 9.3 firmware, which is expected ensuing the event highlighted in this article. After an enormous amount of rumors and speculation surrounding a smaller iPhone, Apple’s March media event will commence at 10:00 AM Pacific Time (1:00 PM Eastern) with a keynote presentation, which should not only reveal the device, but also discuss the next iPad an iOS 9.3. Continue reading past the break for full live coverage!
How to Jailbreak 9.1 Untethered via Pangu iOS 9.1 version 1.3 for iPhone 6S Plus, 6S, 6, iPad Pro, Air 2, Mini 4 – This morning was certainly interesting – out of the blue Pangu released a completely unexpected updated to their Pangu9 jailbreak utility. We can now jailbreak iOS 9.1 using Pangu for 64-bit devices on Windows. There are some limitations (most notably the fact that the new update neither supports iOS 9.2.1 nor the upcoming iOS 9.3 firmware), but this is by no means the end of jailbreaking. This is only the beginning of a slew of new jailbreak utility updates to come in the near future to support, and jailbreak, iOS 9.2.1 and this months iOS 9.3 release, which is expected following Apple’s March 21st event. If you’re lucky (or patient) enough to have stayed on iOS 9.1, continue reading for complete instructions on how to jailbreak with the new Pangu9 version 1.3.0 update!
Jailbreak iOS 9.2.1 Utility Imminent? iOS 9.3 Beta 5’s Surprise Release – While the public eagerly awaits a brand new jailbreak for iOS 9.2.1 (and lower) for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models, Apple released something rather unexpected yesterday: iOS 9.3 beta 5. While the company vowed to address concerns of the removal of Apple pencil support in the “next beta” of iOS 9.3, the general consensus was that said “next beta” wouldn’t be released until at least next week. Thankfully though Apple had other plans, which could expedite both the public release of iOS 9.3 and also that of the next untethered jailbreak for iOS 9.1 through 9.3!
iOS 9.3 and 9.2.1 Jailbreak Release Date Predictions! – Earlier this week, Apple seeded iOS 9.3 beta 4 to developers and public testers alike (or at least the beta 4 equivalent for the latter group). Another day, another beta, right? Not exactly! In response to public outcry concerning Apple Pencil woes for iPad Pro users on iOS 9.3 beta, the company may have inadvertently confirmed key details required to determine iOS 9.3’s public release date. From there, given what we know about the current state of jailbreaking, we can attempt to pin point the release window for the untethered iOS 9.3 and iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak – finally! For complete details on jailbreaking, iOS 9.2.1 and the next firmware (being iOS 9.3), continue reading past the break.
New iOS 9.2.1 Update Released, Jailbreak Impact And Error 53 – While the majority of jailbreakers the globe over are eagerly awaiting a new jailbreak for iOS 9.2.1 and lower, Apple silently released a new firmware this past Thursday. However, instead of issuing iOS 9.3 (currently in beta) or even an incremental update like iOS 9.2.2, Apple merely re-released iOS 9.2.1! In light of this rather interesting move, an enormous amount of speculation concerning the possibility of an iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak has propagated. Therefore in today’s article, we’ll be discussing both the latest version of iOS 9.2.1 and its potential jailbreak ramifications.
iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak Wait and Why iOS 9.2 Makes Sense – It’s officially been “months” since the release of iOS 9.1, the jailbreak-patching firmware that closed the pangu9 jailbreak for iOS 9 through 9.0.2, and some individuals are losing hope that a new jailbreak for iOS 9.2.1 will be released. To dispel any misconceptions that this is the end of jailbreaking: it’s NOT! In fact, far from it. The current wait since the iOS 9.1 patch of Pangu isn’t even the longest we’ve had to wait for a new untethered jailbreak solution! In order to truly understand the current jailbreak situation, what with iOS 9.2.1 being public and iOS 9.3 in its third round of developer beta testing, we need to look back to years past. So will we get a new iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models? Find out after the break!
New iOS 9.2.1 and iOS 9.3 Jailbreak Scams Spread, How To Identify Them – Recently, as the majority of jailbreakers wait for a new utility (stranded on either iOS 9.1, 9.2 or now 9.2.1), a number of jailbreak scams have begun propagating across the web. Essentially websites promising either an iOS 9.2, 9.2.1 or even iOS 9.3 beta jailbreak are spreading like wildfire and more individuals than ever are falling victim to said websites’ scams. Currently, as of writing this article, none of the firmwares ranging from iOS 9.1 to iOS 9.3 are jailbreakable by the public (Luca Todesco has an iOS 9.2.x jailbreak, but that’s another story) and any website you come across that promises a jailbreak is, to put it bluntly, fake! In today’s quick article, we’re going to teach you how to recognize the fake and scam sites – continue reading past the break for full details!
Pangu Comments iOS 9.2.1 Upgrading: Jailbreak Team Urges User To Upgrade – Following hacker Luca Todesco’s recent tantalizing display of an iOS 9.2 through iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak that he regrettably won’t release, the Pangu jailbreak team actually posted an official blog entry concerning whether users should update their iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 iPhones, iPads and iPod touches to the latest public firmware as of writing this article: iOS 9.2.1. While none of the aforementioned firmwares are jailbreakable by the public, Pangu felt it the opportune time to publish a dedicated security expose on iOS 9.2.1. So does that mean Pangu is preparing to release a new jailbreak for iOS 9.2.1? Let’s examine the situation after the break.