Yesterday, Pangu released version 1.1 update of their jailbreak tool that provides an option to get a 1 year enterprise certificate, which lasts up to April 2017. That means you no longer have to re-install the Pangu jailbreak app every week to renew its certificate.
The English version of iOS 9.3.3 Pangu jailbreak released last week came with a limitation. The certificate used to sign the Pangu app lasted for only 7 days and had to be renewed every week. Fortunately, the team has now released version 1.1 update of the Pangu jailbreak that provides an option for getting a 1 year enterprise certificate.
Pangu finally released their new jailbreak tool for iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 last week, but the way the new jailbreak works has left many users confused. We’ve been trying to answer as many questions as we can from our readers to clear up the confusion.
The Pangu jailbreak released for iOS 9.3.3 is semi-tethered that requires users to re-jailbreak every time their device reboots. There has been many confusions related to the jailbreak such as a 32-bit support, which the team confirmed yesterday that they have no plans to release.
Pangu Team caught us by surprise last week by releasing their new jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.3. While this was a great news to many, some were disappointed when they found out that the jailbreak doesn’t support 32-bit devices.
Just a few days ago, the team behind Pangu released the Chinese version of iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak, which required a Windows-based software to be used to install and execute the jailbreak on iOS devices. Today, Pangu released the English version of iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak that takes advantage of Saurik’s Cydia Impactor tool.
Download English Version of Pangu Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3; Works on Mac, Windows and Linux with Cydia Impactor
Pangu has just released the English version of iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The tool supports 64-bit devices and comes just days after the Chinese version of the jailbreak was made available to users.
Not long after Pangu released a jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3, famed developers iMokhles and Ahmed ALNeaimy created a convenient browser-based version of Pangu’s jailbreak that enabled users to install the jailbreak app directly from their device without the need to connect to a computer.
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.