The latest version of iOS was released on September 16, its arrival promised to be flawless and optimization unmatched in the iPhone, however, we are left with the battery life, for the rest, Apple is provided yesterday the released iOS 9.0.2, which show that the Cupertino company is working to fix bugs that each new iOS firmware brings. Aong with this release, Apple has decided to stop signing iOS 8.4.1, iOS 9 is expanding in more than 50% of the devices.
We had recently discussed the possible jailbreak for iOS 8.4.1 and with the above mentioned, downgrade to a previous firmware will no onger be possible, forcing users who have already updated to iOS 9 or you are testing iOS 9.1 betas not to go back any lower firmware version ower than iOS 9.1 as well as the iOS 8.4.1 Jailbreak begins to lose consciousness, and perhaps it would be more profitable to focus efforts towards the Jailbreak of iOS released last month.
Moreover, we have to look for iOS 9.1 release n late October or early November, with the arrival of the iPad Pro, which promises further optimization iOS 9 which remained just that, promises. Security is usually the first Apple, and since then, new versions of IOS secure it.
This news sit like a bucket of cold water to many users who had illusions about the iOS 8.4.1 Jailbreak and potential, so, if you are in that version of iOS and wait for a jailbreak, do not move there or you can not go back, but there is no guarantee of a future Jailbreak