Today, completely out of the blue, a new jailbreak utility has been released. Whereas Windows users have been able to enjoy the Taig jailbreak for a couple of months, Mac users have had either to go without or use a workaround involving the installation of a virtual PC to download Windows on to. This new jailbreak, called PP, is solely for Mac users.
Image : Is PP Jailbreak App Safe
Now, the very fact that it has come out of nowhere will automatically set alarm bells ringing in some heads. It also carries a name that has been associated with a Chinese pirate app store in the past so users could be forgiven for not jumping to try out the new jailbreak straightaway. Normally, a handful of developers will get involved and test out new jailbreaks, giving their verdict on how safe – or not as the case may be – the utility is.
That hasn’t happened yet with PP Jailbreak for Mac [ext link] so, if anyone is thinking about installing it, all we can do is advise you either to wait until it has been tested or go ahead and install it at your own risk. We cannot take any responsibility for any issues that may arise as a result of the jailbreak, despite several users already saying that it does work on their specific devices.
PP Jailbreak Compatibility :
PP Jailbreak for Mac will run on OS X 10.7 or higher and supports all iOS 8-81.2 devices :
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 5S
- iPhone 5C
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 4S
- iPad Air
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Mini
- iPad Mini 2
- iPad Mini 3
- iPad 2,3,4
- iPod Touch 5
Read : How to Jailbreak using PP [ext link]
We have drawn up a set of guidelines for those who wish to install the PP jailbreak. Please follow them carefully, otherwise you may end up installing the pirate app store from China onto your iOS device. At this stage, it may be wise to wait just a couple of days to allow the developers’ time to assess the jailbreak and determine if it is safe for you to use.
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