The iOS 9.2 jailbreak probably won’t release soon and there is still no announcement or schedule regarding when it can possibly come out. According to the latest reports, hacker groups Pangu and TaiG have decided to release the iOS 9.2 jailbreak after iOS 9.3 comes out.
They wish to do this in order to prevent Apple from creating a more secure operating system. Sadly, a lot of people were disappointed when the public version of iOS 9.3 Beta 2 was released last week but no jailbreak tool followed. Right now, Apple is planning to release the final version of iOS 9.3 to the public by this month but according to Inquisitr, the iOS 9.2 jailbreak is still held up.
Meanwhile, Apple has been trying to make its latest operating systems in such a manner that hackers will be unable to make any kind of jailbreaking tools at all. Users will be able to customize their iDevices by cracking their mobile OS according to their preferences.
Features and properties which were previously inaccessible will be unblocked as stated in the report. Pangu and TaiG managed to exploit a lot of loopholes in the latest Apple operating systems and the Cupertino giant is busy patching them all.
According to some reports, Pangu’s partner PP has the iOS 9.2 jailbreak tool but has not yet decided to release it for the public. However, this particular piece of information is yet to be confirmed.If they release the anticipated tool before the iOS 9.3 comes out will probably serve the hackers well because
If they release the anticipated tool before the iOS 9.3 comes out will probably serve the hackers well because this tactic prevents Apple from seeing their exploits and releasing patches which are intended for the upcoming version.
Meanwhile, Luca Todesco, an Italian hacker has cracked iOS 9.2.1 and he further posted a screenshot in order to serve as evidence. Sadly, the authenticity of his claim is yet to be verified but a lot of Twitter users have already requested him to share the release.
Todesco said that there are still some bugs in the system and it will take some more time for him to release the final jailbreak tool. When Apple released iOS 9 in October last year, the firm released five more updates in order to fix the screen freeze along with lock screen bypass issues.
It was also done in order to add support for the iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, fourth-generation Apple TV, Arabic language, and USB camera adapter. The last update iOS 9.2.1 was released back on 19th January.
The iOS 9.2 jailbreak is long awaited but it has been absent till now but Apple is rapidly moving along with its software updates. The second beta version of the iOS 9.3 was recently released by Apple and once can expect that it won’t be too long before Apple releases the final version.
The biggest news is that Apple Pencil’s functions are limited by the Beta by the complete elimination of its navigation tools. Apply simply wants the people to use it as a drawing instrument, as stated by Apple Insider.
Earlier reports indicated that TaiG was apparently close to cracking the case but they went back to square one after experiencing some glitches, as reported from some sources. Luca Todesco declared that that it is more difficult to gain access in this version than the previous OS version, and refused to make his iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak tool public.
A Pangu partner has successfully developed the jailbreak tool but according to Latinos Post, they are yet to think about making it public. In the meantime, Crossmap has found a way in which Apple users can upgrade their devices to iOS 9.3 when it goes live and at the same time, downgrade it later.