Lots of new tidbits of information is beginning to surface regarding a potential jailbreak for iOS 8.3 and iOS 8.4, and the future of jailbreaking with iOS 9, which will presumably be released in beta form after the WWDC keynote on Monday, June 8th, 2015.
iDigitalTimes’ Cammy Harbison’s interview with TaiG member Ray Xie, revealed that the TaiG team is setting its sights on iOS 9 with regard to future jailbreaks. Not long after that interview went live, news began to leak out that Pangu, the other Chinese team responsible for some of the more recent jailbreaks, was preparing a jailbreak release for iOS 8.3 right after the release of iOS 8.4.
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It has been a few weeks since the Chinese team Pangu surprised us with an iOS 7.1.1 untethered jailbreak, and the dust is finally starting to settle. After learning that the jailbreak is safe to use, I am updating the list of a secure to use tweaks and apps on IOS
iOS 7.1 – 7.1.1 compatible jailbreak tweaks
2×2 Folder Icons
3G Unrestrictor 5 (iOS 7 & 6)
Ah! Ah! Ah!
Animate fix for iOS 7.x.x
Apex 2 (iOS 7)
Apple File Conduit “2″
Australian BOM Siri Weather
AutoTouch for iOS 7
BTC Mouse & Trackpad
Call on GV Pro
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PanGu, an Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak was released on Monday, enabling users to do more with their iPhone 5S, iPad Air and other iOS devices.
Commotion and curiosity about the PanGu jailbreak, a tool used to remove software limitations on iOS, rose out of the iOS jailbreak community early on Monday before the release of the previously rumored PanGu jailbreak. While proof of the existence of a working iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak has made the rounds around Twitter and the Reddit /r/Jailbreak community, no jailbreak tools have been publicly released, until now.
Prior to the release of PanGu, most iOS jailbreak users welcomed the release of an iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak tool. But one developer has voiced opposition toward the jailbreak.
Stefan Esser, better known to the jailbreak community as i0n1c, sent out two tweets criticizing the release of PanGu on Monday. In the tweets, Esser took particular issue toward the PanGu jailbreak developer team, suggesting that iOS security bugs he disclosed to the team during an iOS security training session were used to develop the jailbreak.
The PanGu jailbreak developer team confirmed i0n1c’s suspicions in the credit section of the PanGu iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak app page.
“Thanks for infoleak bug from @ i0n1c training,” the description reads.
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