iOS 9.2.1 Has Already Been Jailbroken

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Jailbreak for iOS 9.2.1 beta has already been completed. Luca Todesco, a known hacker Jailbreak scene is is the one who has managed the feat and demonstrates a screenshot of Cydia running on iPhone 9.2.1 iOS 6 operating system that included under these lines.. iOS 9.2.1 is in beta or test and now there seems no intentions to launch a jailbreak solution for all users, but the progress made is certainly good news and could lead to a public Jailbreak tool soon.

Apple blocked the last Jailbreak with the release of iOS 9.1 and for the moment has not yet published a new one, so that all users who have upgraded to the latest versions can not install the jailbreak on your iPhone and iPad. There are enough indications that the jailbreak is coming soon and the announcement of Todesco add fuel to the rumors, we tell you all the details.

The image on these lines has been published on Twitter by Luca Todesco and it is a screenshot showing an iPhone running iOS 6 9.2.1, a version that, as mentioned, is still in beta. The application is displayed Cydia, the store of alternative applications for devices with Jailbreak, which means that the device has been unlocked. However, many Twitter users have questioned its authenticity, and is forging an image of this type is very simple-just need to use an image editing program such as Photoshop, and replace the version that appears in iOS the bottom. Todesco is a recognized security expert iOS, so the ad claims more credibility. In addition, it has recently been very active in the Jailbreak community, helping in the creation of the last Jailbreak (iOS 9.0.2), in collaboration with the Pangu Team and also discovering security flaws in IOS 9.2.

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The bad news is that, for now. Todesco no plans to release the jailbreak to the public. So says one of his most recent tweets with a resounding “No releases”. The reason may have to do with the fact that iOS 9.2.1 is still in beta, but could also be used because protected by copyright and publication would bring legal trouble code. But there is still a ray of hope. A few days ago the rumors that Pangu Team was planning the release of iOS 9.2 Jailbreak and developments Todesco could help speed up the process, always assuming that it wants to share its progress we told. As mentioned, Luca Todesco and Pangu Team helped in the past, so there is no reason not to do it again.

Currently, iOS 9.2 is the latest update of the system and currently there is no Jailbreak supported. They may be waiting to launch when Apple releases the final version of iOS 9.2.1, it would not be the first time that follow this strategy.

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