Today hackers from the Pangu team have released a new version of their jailbreak utility. In Pangu 9 1.1, the developers focused on fixing the bugs that were preventing the jailbreak from being installed.
In addition, the authors tried to increase the likelihood of a successful system jailbreak on iPhone and iPad with 64-bit processors, optimized the backup process and fixed an error that caused the utility to close due to network connection problems.
The utility developers note that the likelihood of a successful jailbreak when using the latest version of the utility has increased significantly. You can learn how to jailbreak a device running iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 in a separate instruction.