Apple Stops Signing iOS 9.1, Downgrades and Restores No Longer Possible

Apple Stops Signing iOS 9.1, Downgrades and Restores No Longer Possible

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Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.1.0 following the release of iOS 9.2.

If you want to stay on iOS 9.1.0 or earlier take care that you do not accidentally update because you won't be able to get back down. If you're still on iOS 9.0.2 and you do update you will not be able to jailbreak your device.

You may want to save the SHSH Blobs off your device if you haven't already.

There have been some rumors that a jailbreak of iOS 9.2 is in the works but no concrete evidence as of yet. Please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.


Apple Stops Signing iOS 9.1, Downgrades and Restores No Longer Possible
Yeah - December 23, 2015 at 9:26pm
Never in the history of jailbreak tools has one come out on cmas day. Back in 7.0 Evaders released a tool 2 days after xmas. Closest JB tool ever to release near xmas. 60% of the JB tools has been released 1.5 months after iOS public release. So for 9.2 if it happens will be january based on statistics and logic
Kornmehl - December 23, 2015 at 1:38pm
Always the whiners come out when there is an upgrade. Predictable that people always want to shittify their phones with a jailbreak so that they can continue to PIRATE the apps they are are too cheap to pay for.
Yeah - December 23, 2015 at 9:23pm
Umm its not shittifying if I jailbreak. I dont jailbreak to pirate apps. Some of us jailbreak to better the iphone. For example: attaching a damn zip file and sending it via email. Cant do that on stock but i can do that on a jailbroken iphone. I dont think giving my iphone the ability to send an email with a zip file should be deemed shittify buddy.
Bro - December 23, 2015 at 11:04pm
@kornmehl You don't know wtf ur talking about. Whether u jailbreak or not people can install pirated apps on a non jailbroken iPhone via vShare. Research before you speak and disrespect. Jailbreak is for tweaks. Pirated apps can be installed on non jailbroken iphones. It's actually easier to install pirated apps on non jailbroken iphones than jailbroken ones because you dont need to go through process of jailbreak.
Kornmehl - December 23, 2015 at 11:12pm
Jailbreaking is done ONLY for piracy. No matter how many times you thieves protest, everyone knows the truth.
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