Pangu Releases iOS 9.1 Jailbreak. For tvOS Will Be Available Soon

Pangu, a hacker team from China has released a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.1 available for Mac and Windows. This tool is also compatible with iOS 9.0, and iPad Pro.iOS devices with 32bit processor are not supported by this latest tool from Pangu. Pangu said their new jailbreak tool uses a kernel bug from Lokihardt to exploit iOS 9.1. This bug has been closed on iOS 9.2.

Pangu Releases iOS 9.1 Jailbreak. For tvOS Will Be Available Soon

If you have an iOS device and still using 9.1 version, you can jailbreak your device with this tool by downloading it from their official website. Besides the release of the new tool for iOS, Pangu is also planning to release a jailbreak tool for the new Apple TV 4 by next week. This will be the first time the device will be jailbroken. They shared thew news on Twitter.

“We will release jb for Apple TV4(9.0.x) next week which only has SSH access. It’s mainly for security researchers and jailbreak developers.”

By jailbreaking it, you can get more interesting apps on your Apple TV 4.


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