iOS 9 has brought the ability to install developer apps to the home screen without a jailbreak or paid developer account. While this process takes a few steps, it opens up a new world of third-party apps that can be installed without using the App Store. In order to install Xcode directly onto an iOS 9 device such as an iPhone, Mac OS X is required. Here are the steps needed to create a free developer account and start loading apps directly onto iOS 9:
Pangu today has released version 1.1.0 of its iOS 9 jailbreak tool. The update improves the success rate and reliability for 64 bit devices, according to the official changelog. Users with an iPhone 5s or later who were experiencing trouble installing the iOS 9 jailbreak tool can try again with v.1.1.0. The upated jailbreak is now available for Windows at en.pangu.io or through Cydia for users with version 1.0 already installed.
Pangu Team has released their latest creation, a jailbreak tool opening up iOS 9 on the iPhone 4s and later to mods, tweaks and apps not found on the App Store. Much like previous versions, the free software brings untethered jailbreaking to compatible devices with a streamlined process. While the procedure itself is simple, some preparation is required to make sure Pangu 9 works properly.
Apple introduced Low Power Mode with iOS 9 to give you some extra time before your phone dies. It works by reducing various background activities that drain your battery such as Mail push, automatic downloads, background app refresh and animated effects. It also reduces the iPhone's CPU performance. Once your iPhone gets to 20% battery, it will ask you if you want to switch to Low Power Mode (and it will prompt you again at 10%). If you turn it on at this point it will supposedly give you an extra hour of life before you have to charge it.