One Chinese dev has demonstrated a new iOS 9.2.1 jailbreak called "Flying JB". The video demonstration shows the Flying JB app being executed to successfully jailbreak a 32-bit iPhone running iOS 9.2.1. The jailbreak itself is made possible and based entirely on an extremely powerful 15-year old kernel HeapOverFlow vulnerability - inpuTbag - that exists within the particular firmware version that's being liberated in the video.
How does the battery life and performance compare on iOS 9.3.1 vs iOS 9.2.1 running on an iPhone 6s? Check out this video to find out.
This video pits battery life on iOS 9.3.1 vs the older iOS 9.2.1 for a comparison using iPhones ranging from the iPhone 4s all the way up to the iPhone 6.
Apple has just stopped digitally signing iOS 9.2.1 firmware for all compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Here's what that means for you.
So, will disabling iOS SpringBoard or system animations help speed up an older iPhone model? This video aims to gauge the speed difference, if any, between an iPhone 5 and 4s running iOS 9.2.1 with system animations enabled and the same with said animations disabled.
Apple today has released a new version of iOS 9.2.1 with build 13D20 to fix "Error 53" which bricks devices when a third-party Touch ID repair is performed on iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 6s/6s Plus, iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4 & 3.
Apple has just flipped the switch and made available iOS 9.2.1 download links for all supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models.