iOS 9.1

iOS 9.1 Jailbreak Released by PanguTeam

Prior to announcing an Apple TV 4 jailbreak was coming, the PanguTeam surprised everyone with an iOS 9.1 jailbreak this morning, with an update to their Mac and PC jailbreak tools. The team previously released an iOS 9 jailbreak last fall, so for those still on that firmware (probably not a lot, since Apple stopped...

Touch ID Unreliable After Upgrading to iOS 9.1, Users Report

A growing number of iPhone and iPad owners running iOS 9.1 are reporting that Touch ID is slow and highly unreliable, and even goes as far as refusing to recognise the user's fingerprint. The issues were first spotted by Forbes contributor Gordon Kelly. The problems were reported on Apple Support Communities. Kelly points to a number...

Apple Kills iOS 9 Jailbreak, Officially Credits Pangu Team

Apple released iOS 9.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices earlier today and while the update fixes tons of security vulnerabilities, turns out it also kills iOS 9 Pangu jailbreak. What’s interesting is that Apple has detailed 49 separate security vulnerabilities it has patched in an updated security documentation, and has officially credited Pangu Team for two of...

iOS 9.1 Download Released for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch [u]

Apple has just released iOS 9.1 for download for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. What’s new in this update? Live Photos “now intelligently sense when you raise or lower your phone, so that Live Photos will automatically not records these movements.” Also, this update brings 150 new emojis, supporting Unicode 7.0 and 8.0 (such as...

iOS 9.1 Beta vs iOS 9.0 Speed Test on iPhone 5, iPhone 4S [VIDEO]

With the release of iOS 9, some users with older devices such as the iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 have complained their devices have seen decreased performance after the update. With iOS 9.1 beta already in the hands of developers, how does this upcoming version compare versus iOS 9.0? EverythingApplePro wanted to find out and...

How To Downgrade From iOS 9.1 Beta to iOS 9

Many iOS users have upgraded to iOS 9.1 through the beta program, and even though there is nothing wrong with staying with the latest beta, some users may wish to revery to iOS 9. If you upgraded to iOS 9.1 through the beta program and would like to downgrade to iOS 9, follow the steps...