iOS 7.1.1, iOS 7.1.2 and iOS 7.1 untethered jailbreak has now been released. We have covered it in detailed in separate posts given right below.
Mac OS X version of Pangu iOS 7.1 / 7.1.1 jailbreak was released only a while back. We have already done a detailed guide on how to jailbreak on Windows. Here we’ll show you how you can jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on the latest iOS 7.1.1 or iOS 7.1 using Mac version of Pangu.
The Pangu untethered jailbreak released earlier on this week came as something of a surprise. Nobody had previously heard much of the Chinese development team behind it, and the impromptu nature of the release seemed to bring about quite a bit of scaremongering. But once the early worries regarding malware and such were put to rest through the utterances of iH8sn0w, MuscleNerd and others, many of you went ahead and jailbroke your devices using Pangu, and we want to know whether you've taken the plunge and jumped on this for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
The Pangu team might just have delighted the jailbreak scene with the release of an untethered jailbreak for iOS 7.1 - 7.1.1, but it's not without its share of early issues. Bundled within the package is an app called PPSync, which is known to cause certain stock apps to crash, and make the system feel generally unstable, and basically subject iOS to no-end of nuisance. The obvious solution, then, would be to remove this package post-haste, and below, we'll show you just how to do this.
There is a new iOS 7.1.1 untethered jailbreak out in the wild. Released by Chinese developers, and dubbed as Pangu, the new untethered jailbreak is said to be working on the latest iOS 7.1.1 firmware and supports all the latest devices including the likes of iPhone 5S and iPad Air.
Apple prides itself on its relatively good record of preserving security, but despite ongoing efforts to ensure that public releases of iOS and OS X are as stable and water-tight as possible, we're often reminded that software, inherently, is not infallible and that inevitable, faults will arise. The headlines have, for the past week, been largely dominated by talk of the upcoming iOS 8, but as Apple looks to pipe on the improvements, a new flaw within the current iOS 7 has just been unearthed.
Over the weekend, German security wiz i0n1c posted a snap demonstrating an iOS 7.1.1 untethered jailbreak, and whilst it seems less than likely that a public release is on the cards any time soon, it's certainly an intriguing and exciting inroad in the battle against Apple's own security team.
iOS security researcher Stefan Esser, better known in the jailbreaking scene as i0n1c, recently showcased an iOS 7.1.1 untethered jailbreak on the iPhone 5c. This was quickly followed by another untether by Winocm, which was demoed on iPhone 4. And now, Chinese hacker Yeongjin Jang has demonstrated a video showing the process of installing an unsigned app on a jailbroken iPhone 5s running iOS 7.1.1, although unlike i0n1c's or Winocm’s solution, it appears that this one is tethered.
We've been getting a lot of questions on whether it is possible to downgrade iOS 7.1 / 7.1.1 to 7.0.6 or earlier, and rather than try and respond to everybody, we thought it is better instead to consolidate everything we know about the state of downgrading into one, clarifying article. So if you're interested in reverting to an earlier firmware, please check the information below.
Apple has just released iOS 7.1.1 download links for compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Therein, you'll find minor bug fixes and performance enhancements, and below, you can check all of the details including a full change log.