Pangu released its new jailbreak tool just a few days ago which came with support for 64-bit devices. While many users happily jailbroke their iOS devices, some were left dissappointed when they couldn’t jailbreak their iPad Pro 9.7-inch or the iPod Touch 6G. Apparently, the tool has issues with these two devices and fails to jailbreak them successfully.
If you own any of these devices, you’ll be glad to find out that the team has just released version 1.1 of Pangu jailbreak which brings support for iPad Pro and iPod Touch 6G. You can now use the latest version of Pangu to successfully jailbreak your device and get Cydia up and running in no time.
Due to the heavy traffic on Pangu/PP’s servers, it may take a couple of tries until you can successfully jailbreak your device. So if it fails for the first time, I recommend that you keep on trying as the tool now officially supports iPad Pro and iPod Touch 6G and should have no issues with them.
You can download the latest version of Pangu Jailbreak tool from our download page:
You can read our comprehensive guide on how to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch using the latest version of Pangu. Once jailbroken, make sure to take a look at the list of jailbreak tweaks that are compatible with iOS 9.3.3.
The English version of Pangu jailbreak hasn’t been released yet and we’re yet to see support for Mac. As of now, the tool is available in Chinese version and works with Windows PC.
Let us know how the jailbreak goes in the comments section below.