Less than a week ago, hackers from the Pangu team released an updated version of their jailbreak utility for devices running iOS 9. Today, a new version, Pangu 1.2, has been released.
Whereas in the previous version the developers focused their attention on solving the shortcomings that interfered with the process of jailbreaking a mobile device, then in Pangu 1.2 the latest version of Cydia was added, which fixes a bug that prevents several functions of the Safari browser from working.
Most likely, hackers will continue to fix bugs in their hacking tool. In addition, there should be a Mac version of the app in the future. At least we can hope so.
You can learn how to jailbreak a device running iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 in a separate instruction. You can download the new version of the utility on the official website.