Pangu is currently the leading jailbreak team in the iOS community. However, Pangu fans are craving for the next Pangu Jailbreak, which would either be the iOS 9.2 jailbreak or the Pangu 9.2.1 jailbreak. With Apple having released the iOS 9.3 beta update just recently, jailbreak teams have got a new firmware to work upon. However, the Cupertino giant has also seeded the full version of the next iOS 9 update, named the iOS 9.2.1 download on 19th Jan 2015 [ext link]. However small this update might seem, it does matter a lot when it comes to jailbreaking.
Image : Pangu 9.2.1 Release ?
The Pangu team is perhaps the most respected jailbreak team in the iOS jailbreak world. The team has been very active since quite a few years and recently gave us the iOS 9 jailbreak. However, after the jailbreak was patched with the release of iOS 9.1, the team had to start working all over again for the next jailbreak. Meanwhile,the release of iOS 9.2 has produced some rumors in the industry, suggesting that Pangu will release a jailbreak for iOS 9.2.
Pangu 9.2.1 or Pangu 9.2 ?
However, if a logical assumption is to be made, it would be better for Pangu to bring out a Pangu 9.2.1 jailbreak instead of Pangu 9.2. Why ? Well, firstly, iOS 9.2.1 will be better than iOS 9.2 ; it will be more stable, more efficient, will come with less bugs, and will also be a bit speedier. This makes iOS 9.2.1 a better bet. Also, when the public release of iOS 9.2.1 is probably just a month away, it would be better for Team Pangu to not release an iOS 9.2 jailbreak, which would give Apple a chance to patch the exploits again. All these reasons lead us to believe that an iOS 9.2 jailbreak [read more] might not be on Pangu’s mind.
Image : Pangu 9.2 Installer under works
Talking about the release date of the Pangu 9.2.1 jailbreak, it will only be released after iOS 9.2.1 goes official for the public. It is also possible that Pangu might take a bit longer this time. There are chances that Pangu might come up with a jailbreak for iOS 9.2 as well as iOS 9.2.1. But then the team has surprised us in the past by releasing jailbreaks at the most unexpected times, so we really can’t be a concrete guess about it.
Having said that, we’re sure that Apple hates jailbreaking like it did before. And the company will surely try to patch the Pangu 9.2.1 jailbreak again, just like it did with the iOS 8.4 jailbreak by releasing the unnecessary iOS 8.4.1 update. Let’s see how things turn out this time.