Firmware iOS 9 is available for download for a few days (read: iOS 9 available on iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch), and is compatible with all devices supporting iOS 8. The update brings a lot of new features, but also fixes many flaws, 68 more precisely. Among them, one is related to jailbreak.
This vulnerability made it possible to bypass code signing, which gave access to the root files of the OS. From there, hacker teams like PanGu and TaiG could easily inject their jailbreak and make any changes to iOS. As usual, Apple credits these two teams on its website.
The fact that the Cupertino company fills this gap signals the start of a new challenge for the authors of the sealings. As the Apple brand mobile OS evolves, the task becomes more and more complicated for them. However, we hope to be able to unleash our iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch running iOS 9 very soon. It remains to be seen whether the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus Whether hackers will worry about their new A9 chips or not!