If on the off chance you’ve been patiently waiting for a viable iOS 9.2 jailbreak for the last several months, then we have some wonderful news for you this morning. After several months of collaborative effort, certain constituents of Pangu’s renowned iOS hacking community revealed in an official Twitter post early Monday morning that the team would soon be releasing its all-new iOS 9.2 – 9.3.3 jailbreak tool, and since then, has officially gone live on Pangu’s website.
Yes, you heard that right, friends! Sure, it may have been almost a year since the last workable jailbreak utility was released to the public, however Pangu is finally back in action, once again, here to save the day with its ‘semi-tethered’ jailbreak. The utility will work specifically on Apple’s iDevices powered by 64-bit chips, aside from the iPad Pro 9.7 and 6th generation iPod Touch, inherently running iOS 9.2 or later.
As of this morning, there’s no word about an English-language release of the tool; however several users are reporting that a Chinese-language, Windows-only version is already in the wild.
And so, if you simply cannot wait for the English language tool, you can always check out the YouTube video below — brought to you courtesy of avid YouTuber EverythingApplePro, which demonstrates how to execute this semi-tethered jailbreak of your iOS 9.2 – 9.3.3-running device.
For those of you not so “in the know,” jailbreaking is a powerful feature by which you can customize certain elements of the iOS experience. For instance, users of a jailbroken device can add more options to the device’s control center, tweak or add animations and shortcuts, or even select from thousands of exciting apps in the Cydia jailbreak store — which are otherwise unavailable to non-jailbroken devices.
Jailbreaking is not without its inherent risks, however. Jailbreak at your own discretion, ensuring that all directions are followed accordingly, and that the potentially unfavorable outcomes of jailbreaking are known to you before getting started.
Have you been waiting for a jailbreak for iOS 9.2 or later? Let us know in the comments below!