iOS 9 jailbreak

Italian hacker teases iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak. Will it materialize for the public?

At this moment in time, there is a decrease in the popularity of jailbreaking, considering the fact that no new jailbreak has been released for iOS 9.2 until now, regardless of the fact that the operating system has been out for a couple of months. On Monday, Apple released the newest version of their operating system, the iOS 9.3.3.

However, it seems like an Italian hacker known by the name of Luca Todesco has actually managed to break into an iPod Touch running iOS 9.3.3 and install Cydia. This tease has encouraged jailbreak teams to take things even more seriously, as there’s definitely a bug that can be exploited in order to get access to the devices. Read More...

The Ultimate iDevice Jailbreak Guide

Since Apple’s Operating System (iOS) first came out, customers have started jailbreaking their devices due to the limitations imposed by the OS. With time, Apple decided to introduce many other features, already available on Android devices, which made jailbreaking a bit less popular. However, in case you would like themes, free apps, the possibility to use new features, or simply put, complete freedom to customize your device as you’d like, then jailbreaking may be the right option.

In this guide, we will answer a couple of questions relating to the jailbreak process, and explain what the current methods are, and how jailbreaking is achieved. Read More...

IOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak Teased!

IOS 9.2.1 is not even out of its beta stage yet, but a well-known hacker already shared what appears to be a jailbroken iOS 9.2.1 device. Although this means it is possible to jailbreak iOS 9.2.1 – and that a release may be coming soon enough – the said hacker will not be the source of the jailbreak tool we all have been waiting for.

It was Luca Todesco, a hacker known as @qwertyuiop, who shared a screenshot of an iOS device running iOS 9.2.1 and fully jailbroken. The screenshots he shared also showed a number of details, namely the device is iPhone 7,2 (the iPhone 6) running iOS 9.2.1 Beta and Cydia 1.1.26. Read More...

IOS 9.2 Jailbreak: What to Expect

Jailbreaking iOS is one of the many things avid iOS users seek to do every time a new version is released. With the iOS 9.2, the same process is happening all over again. IOS by nature is designed to prevent users from changing certain things. Apple is aiming at a more consistent user experience, which is why this is the approach they always take with every new version of iOS.

The jailbreak community, on the other hand, is in a quest to find ways to improve, add new functionalities and make iOS better as well as more personalized. Read More...

Is a jailbreak for iOS 9.2 coming anytime soon?

As you may already know, over two months have passed since Apple killed the iOS 9.0.x version of the jailbreak. Since that happened, we’ve seen a couple of iOS updates, but to update on the Pangu jailbreak tool.

Based on this, it is no wonder why jailbreak enthusiasts from all around the world are worried. Pangu’s latest jailbreak tool was broken by Apple on the 21st of October, when the Cupertino-based company released iOS 9.1 which fixes the security exploits that the Pangu team used to jailbreak the device. With this in mind, iOS 9.0.2 represents the last version of iOS which can be jailbroken. Read More...

Display Recorder Finally iOS 9 Compatible

Ryan Petrich is really over his head in terms of updating the popular jailbreak tweaks he himself has released. His Activator tweak has finally got a huge update today, whereas his Display Recorder was upgraded in order to make him even more compatible with the current iOS 9 – but how well does it do, you may ask? What are the actual benefits of the final upgrade?

First things first. Display Recorder has received a lot of publicity as of late, as it lets you print screen your phone’s showcase on screen taps as well as the screen itself. Read More...

Rumors on Apple iOS 9.1, 9.2 Jailbreak; Available Soon?

There persist certain rumors that jailbroken versions of the Apple iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 will soon be available to the wider public, even before the end of 2015. According to  certain tech experts, Apple’s security features are most probably considerably enhanced in the new software, especially if we take into consideration how the expected jailbreak models are late.

You might be asking yourself: “What in the world is jailbreaking?” Jailbreaking is defined as the method of eliminating restrictions imposed by iOS on hardware by running the device on software exploits. Users are expecting hacking groups such as Team Pangu to offer jailbroken versions of the iOS 9.1 and 9.2.   Read More...

Have a Knack for Jailbreaking? Better Get iOS 9.0.2 Fast or You’ll Be Sorry

If wanted to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, it may be prudent to hurry it up. As we have mentioned earlier, iOS 9.1 destroys the Pangu jailbreak, and as such, only a little time remains before Apple shuts the door on the iOS 9.0.2 signing window.

What does it all come down to? It means that once the signing window is finally closed, you will no longer have the option to upgrade or downgrade to iOS 9.0.2, which is, as you probably know, the last available firmware that happens to fall within the scope of Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9. Read More...

It Has Finally Happened People: FireCore Publishes Seas0npass 0.9.7 in Order to Jailbreak the Most Recent Apple TV 2 Firmware

If you are one of the lucky ones that actually owns Apple TV 2 running the latest firmware—iOS 7.1.2—then boy, do we have some news for you! You’ll be ecstatic to hear that you can now jailbreak the system via FireCore’s Seas0npass tool of high repute. Sadly, this jailbreak is of the tethered king, but putting aside the initial trouble you’ll go through, that amount to much for something like a set top box that’s almost always powered on.

FireCore has pretty much quietly released a beta update to Seas0npass. This means that the final version is at 0.9.7. Read More...

Pangu Releases Their First Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 9; Support for iPhone 6s Included As Well

Toady, Pangu has finally released the very first public untethered and much anticipated jailbreak tweak for iOS 9. Of course, it can be installed on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch; all the devices are included in the tweak. This includes also (but isn’t limited to) the latest iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, and also includes every public version of iOS 9 (iOS 9.0, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2). What this means is that it is now technically feasible to actually reach beyond what was made possible in the Apple App Store on Apple’s brand new devices. Read More...