Apple is about to release the final version of iOS 9 in a week. However, it seems like the season of successful Jailbreaks. iH8snow, a hacker, has already jailbroken the iOS 9 operating system and as a proof has posted a video, 9To5Mac reports.
In the video, the hacker shows off a successfully Jailbroken phone running on iOS 9.1 Beta. But on a surprising note, he asserted that he doesn't have any plans regarding its public release. But since the video proves an untethered jailbreak is possible, any other hacker communities like TaiG or Pangu might come up soon with a solution. Though there are no scoops available regarding the release, the Jailbreaked iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch owners should stay back to iOS 8.4 and wait patiently.
Apart from the much sought performance improvement and series of new emoji's, the iOS 9.1 features several bug fixes and features including the all new 3D Touch, which has already been demonstrated at the launch event of iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and iPad Pro.
All the three latest devices run on iOS 9 and feature several improvements in the hardware side. Apart from those, the newly introduced feature 3D Touch offers an easiest way to interact. The feature takes input from the pressure sensitivity of user's finger on the display and offers different functionality according to them.
The good news for Jailbreak fans is, the 3D Touch is likely to be seen in the upcoming iOS 9 Jailbreak as well. And more happily, the 3D Touch feature will remain useful even if you own a iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C or iPhone 4.
Elias Limneos, famous Cydi developer, has posted a video in YouTube as a proof, WCCTech noted. There are no further details available on the upcoming Cydia as of now.