PP Jailbreak 9.1
Jailbreak iOS 9.1 + iOS 9.1 Public release date + iPad Pro release and iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone 4S jailbreak support
Just before the final release of iOS 9.1, Apple pushed the fifth beta to iOS 9.1 for developers. This beta is not available for public beta testers, however, public beta testers can download iOS 9.1 the beta 4 for testing for now.
The new build number of iOS 9.1 is 13B137 which shows Apple is finally checking the compatibility issues with iPad Pro, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5G and couple of older devices.
To make sure iOS 9.1 can be fully compatible for all existing iOS devices, Apple is working hard on iOS 9.1 beta releases. The users who don’t have Apple ID for beta testing can download iOS 9.1 IPSW for iPhone and iPad without any Developer or Public beta tester account now.
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The users, who have developer account, have two options to install iOS 9.1 for iPhone and iPad. Those users can download iOS 9.1 IPSW file for beta 4 or they can download and install iOS 9.1 OTA (Over-the-Air) update. This update would take time to download and install because it would be around 1.5GB total. To make it easy, eligible users can opt in iOS 9.1 IPSW file.
This release of iOS 9.1 contains a lot of experiments before final release. Apple tried to fix as many bugs, exploits and vulnerabilities to prevent iOS 9.1 Jailbreak. With the careful approach toward jailbreak iOS 9.1, Apple adds more new emojis and gestures support.
Apple was also try to improve iOS 9.1 features and performance to increase battery life and support for iPad Pro, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 6S and couple of older devices such as iPhone 4S and iPod Touch 5G.
After this release, iOS 9.1 would be just a step away from final release and then, TaiG or PanGu can release their jailbreak 9.1.
Would you release iOS 9.1 and install Cydia iOS 9.1?