iOS 9 made its debut on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S Plus, but it has somehow kept developers away from successfully jailbreaking iOS 9.1.
When iOS 9 was initially conceptualized, developers envisioned a secure operating system that no hacker could tap into.
The iOS, as closed as it is, seems to have secured itself pretty well as developers have had a hard time figuring out a jailbreak for this OS.
The new features and improvements have turned out to work quite impressively and hackers have been unable to find a vulnerability which can crack the OS altogether.
We know this because reports have strongly suggested that the top jailbreakers, the TaiG and PanGu teams, have been burning the midnight oil ever since the version 9.1 of iOS was sent to them but apparently, they have been unsuccessful.
These teams have preferred to observe silence on the matter since it indeed is the first time that they have not been able to come to a proper conclusion yet.
A major reason behind this is the fact that Apple has granted restricted access to the new OS.
They have made it mandatory for all users who wish to download the regular version of the software to first create a special profile from the Apple’s public beta website to download the beta version on their systems.
This restriction has gone a long way in keeping iOS 9.1 jailbreak free as of now.
The only jailbreak we have had on the iOS 9 is from iH8sn0w, who has posted a video of the same on YouTube but has refused releasing the jailbreak to the public.
Another noticeable factor to prove that the iOS 9.1 may really be a very tough nut to crack is the fact that all the users who have successfully upgraded their devices to 9.0.1 or 9.0.2 would not be able to downgrade their device back to the iOS 8.4.1, which happens to be the next jailbreak in the iOS 8 series.
We can only wait and see if there is a hacker who would be able to tap into the iOS 9.1 which is practically a digital fortress and successfully jailbreak it.
As of now, the only thing you can do is wait for the iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak to come along, so that you can upgrade your device as per your tastes.