Yesterday, hackers from the Pangu team unveiled a new version of their jailbreak utility for iOS devices based on iOS 9. It fixed some bugs that interfered with the jailbreak process. Almost immediately after that, the Cupertinians released iOS 9.1, in which several vulnerabilities used for jailbreak were closed.
This means that after updating to iOS 9.1, iPhone and iPad users will not be able to jailbreak their devices. Most likely, it will take hackers some time to create a working hack. Although there is a possibility that the jailbreak for iOS 9.1 simply won’t work.
At the moment, Apple is still signing iOS 9.0.2, so everyone can roll back to the previous firmware version and jailbreak. The hacking process is described in our instructions.