IOS is the mobile operating system developed by the Apple Inc. and distributed for its own apple hardware. Originally, iOS was unveiled in 2007 for the iPhone. Then, apple extended the support of iOS for the various apple devices. Apple has various kind of the hardware which is amazing to use. IOS was first started from the 1.0 version and is upgraded up to 8.0 version and still upgrading the newer version for newer device.
After the huge success of iOS 7, the Apple Inc. designed the eighth major release of the iOS mobile operating system known as iOS 8. Apple released iOS 8 on September 17th followed by the iOS 8.0.1, and iOS 8.0.2 software updates. While the iOS 8 software update contains a number of features that have been inspired from jailbreak apps and tweaks .But one of the drawback of upgrading to the new iOS 8 operating system is that you won’t be able to jailbreak it until someone cracks the code.
The long wait for the iOS 8 jailbreak is finally over, as Chinese developer team Pangu has released its tool to jailbreak iOS 8 and iOS 8.1 untethered in most Apple devices. Making it the first jailbreak released for iOS 8 and iOS 8.1. Pangu’s 1.0.1 tool for jail breaking the latest iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as last-generation’s product line such as the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 4s, all iPad variants, and the iPod Touch 5 has been released. But, this jailbreak comes as a bit of a surprised and subsequently it’s a little rough around the edges.
However, the Cydia and the Cydia substrate were not included in Pangu’s tool, yet it can be downloaded manually. The Pangu team is working hard with Saurik to roll out a stable Cydra updates built into its iOS 8 jailbreaks.
Various problems have popped up while using the new version jailbreak. User have reported various kind of problems that have been occurred like a pass code crashes the system, iMessage and Safari bugs related to the jailbreak. That’s why the developer version does not install Cydia or other common services. Instead, this is the pure jailbreak that will enable developers to update their tweaks prior to Cydia being available for iOS 8.
They have rolled out a 0.2 and 0.3 update to the jailbreak tool; to fix overheating issues occurred in 32-bit devices. The Pangu team has updated the iOS 8 jailbreak tool with the Cydia Installer, which adds the latest version of Cydia directly to the Pangu jailbreak tool. The incorporation of the Cydia Installer to the Pangu tool means that users no longer have to restore any Secure Shell or terminal commands to jailbreak iOS 8 or install Cydia on their devices, as it can be done from the Pangu app itself. But also there are some reported problems in the 0.3 update which will be removed in the near future with the updated version of the Pangu.
Pangu has also announced that they are working on a 0.4 update of the Windows version of the jailbreak tool. This new update will be recommended for all the users of 64-bit devices as well as for other users who have not experienced any crash-related issues on their 32-bit devices.