iOS 10.1.1 is the latest in a string of iOS updates released by Apple to fix a series of bugs in iOS 10 and, while it is good that Apple is on the ball, it is causing no small amount of consternation in the iPhone jailbreak community. This is because every update pushes us another step further away from that somewhat elusive iOS 10 jailbreak. But worry no more iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak seekers, we have some good news about iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak from Pangu Team now. Keep reading for more details.
Image : iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak Update
Quick Download Pangu iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak:
This tutorial explains how you can download the Pangu jailbreak app on your iOS device without using a Mac or a PC. Pangu iOS 10.1.1 supports both 32 bit and 64 bit devices .
- Launch the Safari browser on your iPhone or iPad with iOS 10.1.1 firmware running .
- Now launch this website downloadpangu.org [ as shown in the image below ] . This page has been specially designed for Pangu iOS 10.1.1 app icon download.
- After this page loads completely , go to the bottom of your iPhone and tap on the UP arrow as shown here. iPad users go to top right corner
- Now tap on Add to HomeScreen . Tap to proceed
- In the next screen , rename the app icon as Pangu and tap on Add as shown here
- Pangu 10.1.1 jailbreak app icon has now been downloaded and installed on your iOS device. Tap to access Pangu updates directly on your phone .
Video : Here is a video explaining the above process
Pangu 10.1.1 Installer Release Date for Mac | PC :
Over time we have become used to the jailbreak developers coming up with a fully working jailbreak quite quickly after a major new release but that doesn’t look likely to happen this time around. We have high hopes for an iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak though, especially as both PP Assistant and Pangu Team have been hard at work on testing out all the iOS 10 firmwares to date. We already know that there are, or were, vulnerabilities in iOS 10, despite Apple claiming that Rootless would stop it all.
Image : Pangu 10.1.1 beta under development
We know this because Luca Todesco uploaded a video of an iPad and a photo of an iPhone 7 on iOS 0 and iOS 10.0.1 respectively, both running on Cydia [ext link]. They can be found on his Twitter account but neither is being released publicly. However, despite the speed at which he produced his jailbreaks we must be mindful of one thing – building a jailbreak for one device is not the same as building one that works across the iOS device board. Whatever PP Team and Pangu do, when they release an iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak, it has to work on potentially millions of devices on iOS 10+, not just one and that is going to take a bit of working out.
The jailbreak developers also have to contend with every new update that comes out as well as those in beta, as iOS 10.2 is at this moment in time. All of these have to be taken into account when they build a jailbreak utility and iOS 10.1 in particular may have some bearing on whether an iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak is released or not.
Cydia iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak Installer Release Date :
PPHelper is the latest public jailbreak, working on iOS 9.2 to iOS 9.3.3 on all 64-bit iOS devices and if you are still running that jailbreak, you should preserve it for as long as you possibly can. This means do not update because you will lose the jailbreak and you cannot downgrade back to iOS 9.3.3 any longer. We must be patient for a bit longer and, as soon as we have news on the iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak, we’ll pass it along to you. Follow us on Facebook and Subscribe to our newsletter for the download links to be sent to your inbox.