iOS 8 can now be said to be the one version of iOS firmware that can be jailbroken all the way through and for all systems. Until now, only Windows users could install the Taig jailbreak without having to go through the fiddly process of installing external software first. Today, thanks to a new team of jailbreakers , PP jailbreak for Mac has been released. Read more details below .
Image : PP Jailbreak in English
The utility comes, like Taig and Pangu, from an unknown team in China. The name has been linked to a Chinese pirate app store in the past and, at this stage, we do not know if the jailbreak is safe to download or not. In the next few days, hopefully one or more of the well-known developers will put the jailbreak through its paces to see if it is safe and whether there are any issues with it.
At the moment PP jailbreak for Mac is only available in the Chinese language but word has it that an English version is set to be released at any time. It isn’t uncommon for these jailbreaks to be released initially in the language of the country of origin but, bearing in mind that the bulk of jailbreak users speak English, it would make more sense to release the utility in English first off, following it up with other language support.
You can download the Chinese version of PP Jailbreak here and muddle through t or you can wait until the English version is released. We will be issuing a full tutorial in the coming days on how to download and install the utility and we expect to hear from the developers as well. In the meantime, the jailbreak supports all iOS devices on iOS 8-8.1.2 and Mac OS X 10.7 and above.
If you do attempt to install the utility now, please be aware that you do so at your own risk. We will not accept any responsibility or liability for problems caused by the jailbreak. If you go ahead, please let us know how you get on with it.