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Through the years, Apple features features to the mobile operating-system, iOS, that made jailbreaking your device to be able to personalize and tweak your phone or tablet less appealing. Users can now do such things as add widgets, install dynamic (moving) wallpapers, send audio messages, rapidly access commonly used controls and, because of 3D Touch, invoke shortcuts to installed applications. However a core community of iOS jailbreakers remains, and today they have the means to jailbreak their iOS 9 devices, because of a hack from the Chinese hacking team known as Pangu released today.The jailbreak includes a Home windows software program that enables to have an ?untethered? jailbreak - meaning, your device doesn?t need to be connected to your pc to operate. The jailbreak apparently creates iPhones, iPads and ipod device touch devices running iOS 9 through 9..2.