iOS 9.1 Jailbreak got Released by Pangu – Apple TV Tweak Comes These Days

iOS 9.1 Jailbreak, Apple, Apple TV Tweak

We have some good news for the iOS jailbreak fans, as last week, Pangu has released the iOS 9.1 jailbreak for Apple’s iDevices. Pangu, the Chinese hacking group, has updated its jailbreak tool, which is now capable of jailbreaking your iPads and iPhones that run on iOS 9.0 or iOS 9.1.

In addition, the hacking group claims that it is currently working on a jailbreak for the 4th generation of the Apple TV and if the release date won’t be delayed, Pangu will bring the jailbreak tool sometime this week.

We remind you that Pangu is a well known hacker team, which got very popular after finding many flaws in iOS. However, not many users are very pleased with the new iOS 9.1 jailbreak, but that’s not because the jailbreak doesn’t works. The iOS 9.1 jailbreak works only on iDevices that run on iOS 9.0 and iOS 9.1, and there are many users who’ve already updated their iPads and iPhones to iOS 9.2.

We remind you that Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.1 in December 2015, which means that the users who have updated their iPads and iPhones to iOS 9.2 can’t downgrade them back to iOS 9.1. In addition, there are rumors which say that Apple might release the iOS 9.3 this month.

According to Pagu, the kernel bug that they’ve used to jailbreak iOS 9.1 has been patched by Apple in iOS 9.2 and this is the reason why the devices that run on iOS 9.2 will not be able to use it.

However, we have some good news for the owners of the 4th generation of Apple TV set top box that runs on 9.0.X. It seems that a hack for this device is about to be released this week. The hacker group said that they’re not planning to make any changes to the user interface.

We remind you that using these hacking tools can make your device useless and at the same time, the warranty from Apple will be voided. At the same time, by jailbreaking a device can expose it to a range of security attacks, which means that some hackers could gain access to your personal data.

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