Repeating last year's feat, the group's Chinese PanGu today launched the first jailbreak untethered (definitive) for iOS 9 compatible with versions 9.0, 9.0.1 and 9.0.2.
Again, initially the tool is only available for Windows and is probably full of bugs. Those interested in jailbreak, the tip is to wait a few days / weeks before going ahead to give developers tweaks update their software, too. Jay “saurik” Freeman's Cydia Substrate was one of the first to be updated (version 0.9.6000).
The new jailbreak runs on any iOS 9 compatible device, including the newly released iPhones 6s and 6s Plus, as well as the iPad mini 4 and the sixth generation iPod touch. Don't forget to make a complete backup of your device through iTunes before starting the process!
For those who are venturing out, share your experiences in the comments below.
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Update · 10/28/2015 s 11:07 am
It took Apple a few weeks to close the loopholes jailbreak on iOS 9.1, but now the tool PanGu it is also available for OS X. Since then, the Windows version has received some updates and is now very interesting for those who do not intend to leave iOS 9.0.2.