iOS 9.1 Pangu jailbreak is available to all iPhone and iPad users who are still running iOS 9.1 platform. The group of hackers who presented it has recently updated it to make the system more stable. It was an unexpected iOS 9.1 jailbreak download presentation. It supports only 64-bit devices. Earlier models cannot be jailbroken with this tool. In other words, if you still own the 32-bit iPhone or iPad you won’t be able to use the new jailbreak or its update. Pangu Jailbreak iOS 9.1 Update Apple takes care of updating its mobile platform as soon as possible and patch all known exploits to avoid jailbreaking. Still hackers always search for new holes in the iPhone and iPad mobile operating system and sometimes surprise users with the new release that untethers the latest versions of iOS. Pangu jailbreak iOS 9.1 is available for both Mac and Windows users. If you have a PC you can download PanGu update 1.1.1. If you own Ma you should download the updated release 1.3.1. The jailbreak will install Cydia store on your Home screen. Developers also hurry to update their jailbreaking apps to support iOS 9.1. Some popular tools are already upgraded. Other would see the update shortly. The new jailbreak support no iPod touch models. It doesn’t work with iPads. Only iPhone 5s and newer smartphones can run this program and get a chance to customize their devices using Cydia applications and tweaks. Apple is now testing iOS 9.3 beta. The company doesn’t sign iOS 9.1 so it is impossible to upgrade or downgrade to this jailbreakable mobile OS.