Apple launched the final edition of iOS 9 on Thursday along with a slew of products, including iPhone 6S, iPad Pro, a brand new Apple TV and a stylus for iPad Pro. The iOS 9 will be available from September 16 for all the iOS-running devices, like iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

The devices can be upgraded wirelessly or through iTunes software. It is being said that Apple has patched the latest Jailbreak iOS 8.4.1, hence the prominent Jailbreaking communities like TaiG, Pangu and PP have to come up with iOS 9 Jailbreak directly.

Following the TaiG iOS 8.4.1 Jailbreak, Pangu was gearing up to release the same but might not be coming out after the iOS 9 release. Earlier, TaiG had asserted in an interview with iDigitalTimes that they were focusing on the iOS 9 Jailbreak, but surprisingly released iOS 8.3, iOS 8.4 and later iOS 8.4.1 Jailbreak.

Lately, Pangu has also demonstrated the iOS 8.4.1 Jailbreak at HackPwn 2015 event. The community used an iPhone 6 Plus as a proof that the iOS 8.4 is actually Jailbrekable.

Since the release of iOS 8.1, Apple is asserting that it will make the Jailbreaking process impossible in iOS 9 by patching all the vulnerabilities the Jailbreakers uses. But with the release of iOS 8.3 Untethered Jailbreak, TaiG mentioned that they can Jailbreak the iOS 9 successfully.

After the release of iOS 9, the time has appeared for the Jailbreakers to flex their muscles and prove Apple wrong. Meanwhile, the Jailbreaking process has become a tad vulnerable too for the security reasons.

Recently, a malware called as KeyRaider has infected numerous Jailbroken iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. The malware can steal the users' Apple ID and forward to anonymous hackers.