iOS 9 and iOS 9.1 get jailbreak even before release
For those who love to access the deep chambers of code and unlock the unlimited freedom on iOS, you know it’s only possible when you jailbreak your device. Jail-breaking iOS devices gives users full control of their iOS device.
Even though a public beta is already out, eligible users will be able to download iOS 9 this week. Also, anyone can purchase the newly-announced iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus after September 25th and have the latest Apple software out of the box. Just before then, a hacker named Steven de Franco or “iH8snow,” has discovered a method to jailbreak iOS 9. He mentioned the method can be implemented on iOS 9.1 as well.
In a YouTube video, iH8snow was seen bypassing the secure walls of code guiding iOS 9 and jail-breaking into the system. The hacker says that he won’t release his method to the public but regardless of that, you don’t have any need to worry dear Apple fans because somebody out there will surely help you through with an iOS 9 jail breaking guide soon enough — as it has always happened been the case throughout the years.
Jailbreaking devices thus fun, has its own cons and troubles. Apple has warned that jail breaking your device can leave it venerable to attack.