Pangu iOS 8 jailbreak reverse engineered to work with Apples next firmware iOS 8
Pangu iOS 8 jailbreak reverse engineered to work with Apples next firmware iOS 8. Pangu, the iOS 7.1 to iOS 7.1.2 jailbreak tool released by Chinese jailbreak developers, lets users jailbreak your Apple iPhone, iPod and iPad running iOS 7.1.2. The Pangu 7.1.2 jailbreak tool has now been reverse engineered & modified to work with the latest iOS 8 beta versions. A user ”w0rldello” on Reddit claims to have patched the Pangu jailbreak binary to insert the capability to iOS 8 pangu jailbreak.
As a proof, the w0rldello posted screenshots of the Pangu application icon along with the redesigned latest iOS 8 Control Canter, in addition to the Pangu jailbreak Mac OS application showing both of iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 contacted that is running iOS 8.
They says that Apple developers has patched the exploits used in Pangu 1.0.x jailbreak, other than the vulnerabilities used in Pangu jailbreak 1.2.x remain unpatched in iOS 8 beta versions. The concern though is that whether these vulnerabilities would stay put present in Apple iOS 8 GM or the last Apples public iOS 8 version.
Before, BlackGeek developer, Create Geeksn0w jailbreak tool, had teased a comparable unofficial version of jailbreak Pangu that claimed to work with iOS 8 beta 1 and iOS 8 beta 2, other than we did not hear much about it later on.
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While iOS 8 version does have a lot of latest features likes widgets, custom keyboards that were iOS 8 jailbreak only, it would still be nice to have a near the beginning for iOS 8 jailbreak to see what the community can further build up with things like Extensible.