iOS jailbreakers have somehow managed to bring new solutions for Apple users in past, but it seems that the latest iOS versions including iOS 9.1, iOS 9.2 are really hard to be jailbroken. As we are expecting the release of iOS 9.3, the hacking groups are still working on finding the solutions to jailbreak the previous versions of iOS. Even after releasing other jailbreaing tools, it is possible that iOS 9.2 jailbreak may never see the light.
Apple has been incorporating many updates and fixes for its operating system to eradicate the chances of jailbreaking. However, a person named Lucas Todesco claimed that he successfully jailbroke the iOS 9.2.1. The person also shared the screenshots on Twitter to prove his claims earlier this year. Those who heard the news were expecting that Todesco will release a jailbreak version for general public use. However, all the hopes were turned down when the man said that he will not release any version for public use. He also said that it was not easy for him to jailbreak the iOS 9.2.1 as compared to the previous version of the operating system.
Recently, Pangu team introduced a jailbreak tool for iOS 9.1. The team proudly unveiled the tool, but a majority of Apple users are currently using the upgraded iOS version including iOS 9.2. So, it is obvious that Apple users would not be able to downgrade their devices for the jailbreak tool. The most interesting thing about iOS is that the version 9.3 is already in beta. Apple is regularly releasing more betas and users are expecting jailbreak version of these higher iOS upgrades including the iOS 9.2 jailbreak as well.
Even when the team, Pangu, has released the jailbreak tool for iOS 9.1, the Pangu team says that they are not planning to release any iOS 9.2 jailbreak tool for public anytime soon, Value Walk reported. It seems that the people will no longer need these jailbreak tools because the after the release of iOS 9.3, most of the Apple users will obviously upgrade their devices to the latest version of the operating system and coming back to the old versions just for a tool won?t look sensible at all.