- Jul 19, 2007
Looks like that update only adds support for iPod touch 6 gen and iPad pro. No need to re-jailbreak.
Honestly I'm surprised a safari enabled way to jailbreak came out. If this hadn't come out, I'd either have stayed on 9.0.2 or used windows parallel to jailbreak. Windows parallels was not nice to me last time I used it.Agree! I'm the same, I whine and complain about this stuff only to jailbreak too hahahha
I'm on a mac of course, so I had to install parallels and then install iTunes and make sure iTunes was disconnected from my iPhone on my Mac etc. Even then windows wasn't seeing my iPhone. Just crazy.I use parallels too but for jaibreaks I just boot directly into Windows. I'm
Always afraid something won't work using the virtual machine environment.
I would be careful about using pkgbackup if you are or whichever you are using if you're not manually installing your tweaks etc. I'm glad pkgbackup didn't work for me as some of my stuff were clearly not compatible.So I've jailbroken every device I've ever owned since the original iPhone 2G. I've also have the same backups ever since. Eventually when a new version of iOS comes out that has compelling features for me to abandon my JB I upgrade and loose my JB. I always restore from backup even though that backup was done with a jailbroken device. I have never ever had a single issue running stock iOS even from a backup that was done while jailbroken. The best part is that when I eventually JB again and install my tweaks all my settings for those tweaks are there preserved and instantly applied.