Have you updated your firmware already? If you’re having second thoughts and would like to try the Pangu untethered jailbreak solution that was released last week, it’s your lucky day; the developers have already rolled out an updated version, compatible with the latest iOS 7.1.2.
As of press time, the Pangu untethered jailbreak supports iOS 7.1.x powered devices, including the iPhone 5 and iPad Air. The people behind the jailbreak solution took training from renowned jailbreaker i0n1c’s techniques. iH8sn0w, a popular jailbreaker in the iOS community, said Pangu installs Cydia and a Chinese app store with illegal apps. and it’s malware-free.
While it could be enticing for users to take the risk, it’s advisable to proceed with caution; Pangu is available in Windows and OS X operating systems for free, but Mac users must change the security preferences for the system to launch Pangu.
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Here’s a video of Pangu on the iPad Air.