Pangu has released iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 jailbreak for iPhones, iPads and iPods, so many might have jailbroken their devices by now. But those who are new to jailbreaking should check the pros and cons before exploring the firmware exploits.

A jailbroken device can do many things that a non-jailbroken device can't do, especially accessing apps that are not found in iTunes App Store, but those not well-versed with it should think twice before jumping on to the bandwagon.

Check out the reasons why iPhone users should not jailbreak iOS 9, iOS 9.0.2:

1) Some popular tweaks may not work initially. However, tweaks are expected to be updated soon, which means iPhone and iPad users, especially those with no experience in iOS exploits, will have to wait for a few weeks before jailbreaking their devices.

2) iOS instability is one big issue iPhone users should know before jailbreaking their devices. There are chances of tweaks harming iOS features, even boot loops. Users with experience in jailbreak can solve the issue but novices may face problems.

3) A product warranty turns void once it is jailbroken.

4) There can be drop in performance after a device is jailbroken.