The Weibo posted about the Pangu aim that with plenty of seasoned developers and security experts likely to begin scratching around for exploits as well, the chances of an iOS 8 jailbreak seem relatively high.
We can make a conclusion that the Apple might have thrown hackers a curve-ball. Pangu having noted of its intention to liberate the new firmware. We now know that the ball is rolling.
Relatively little was known of the Pangu group back when Evad3rs came through with its initial Evasi0n jailbreak for iOS 7, but just as it looked as though things were petering out in anticipation for iOS 8, Pangu’s utility ensured that every version of iOS 7 was jailbreakable. Although it was not quite understandable at first. Because most of the steps were written in Chinese. And the first run of Pangu installed a dodgy App Store-like utility for pirates – it was soon cleaned up. And if you still want to jailbreak on iOS 7.1.x, you can use the latest edition of Pangu.
At last we all are interested and not yet sure when an iOS 8 jailbreak is coming. But the people that brought us the last Jailbreak iOS 8 untethered seems to be working on it. We’ll be keeping an eye out for any further developments and wait for Pangu iOS 8 Jailbreak release date.