If you have been waiting for a Mac version of the Pangu iOS 9 jailbreak then your wait is over. The Pangu Team added a Mac version of the jailbreak tool to its website en.pangu.io on Wednesday. This means iPod touch, iPhone and iPad users can now jailbreak their devices running iOS 9.0 to iOS 9.0.2 using Windows or OS X. You can learn how to jailbreak your device by following our iOS 9 jailbreak tutorial. There is no jailbreak available for iOS 9.1 at this time.
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.
Team Pangu today released version 1.0.1 of their jailbreak tool. The updated fixes a "bug that leads to 0A error code" and a problem that was causing a loading failure on some computers. The changelog also notes that a Mac version of Pangu 9 is "coming soon". If you were having issues installing the iOS 9 jailbreak tool on your device, you can try again by downloading Pangu v.1.0.1 through en.pangu.io. Pangu 9 is currently only available to Windows.
The Pangu Team has done it again, releasing an untethered jailbreak for iOS 9 less than a month after the OS was released. The jailbreak tool is available now through pangu.io. Pangu 9 is only available for Windows at this time, but a Mac version should be in the works.