Monday, September 14, 2015

iOS 9 Jailbreak Tool On Video

Great news, there is iOS 9 jailbreak tool on video posted by well known developer iH8sn0w, who has previously been responsible for the work behind tools such as Sn0wbreeze and P0sixspwn.

While several jailbreak teams have been working on it, it is the first time a jailbreak for iOS 9 has been demoed. The video illustrates the jailbreak working on final iOS 9 GM version which Apple has launched at its iPhone 6s media event 2015 two days ago. The jailbreak is an untethered, so you won’t lose the jailbreak when you reboot your device.

The video has been uploaded to the developer’s personal YouTube channel and comes in at just over three minutes long. As we have come to expect from the jailbreak community, it’s one thing to say you have the necessary vulnerabilities and tools to jailbreak a device, but another thing altogether when it comes to proving such a claim. The video acts as proof of the claim, showing off a fully untethered jailbreak featuring verbose booting, integration of custom boot logos, and code injection.

Few days back Pangu team had confirmed that Apple company had patched two kernel exploits used in their iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak. This recent announcement from the Pangu led a number the jailbreak community members to believe that liberating iOS 9 would be extremely troublesome. Although, it seems that iH8sn0w has managed to get to grips with the new security measures within iOS 9, or lack of them, and bypass them in almost record time.

You can watch iOS 9 jailbreak tool on video below:

Apple should ideally push iOS 9 with the same build number as iOS 9 Golden Master, so it will be possible to jailbreak the public release as well. It remains to be seen if iH8sn0w will launch a jailbreak tool for iOS 9 to public. But considering the fact that iOS 9 can be jailbroken, it is also possible that Pangu and TaiG team can discover the exploits, and release a jailbreak for iOS 9 devices.

It would still be prudent for jailbreakers to avoid upgrading to iOS 9 when it is released on September 16, and wait for the jailbreak tool to be launched.


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