With Evasi0n iOS 7 jailbreak that stopped supporting iOS 7.1 and later versions of Apple firmware, millions of users across the world were only hoping to see the jailbreak for iOS 8 closer to Christmas time from the same Evad3rs hackers team. However, a surprise came out under the name of Pangu jailbreak for iOS 7.1, 7.1.1 and 7.1.2 when no one expected to see anything this summer.
Untethered iOS 7.1 Pangu jailbreak that also supports newer operating systems has a lot to offer. This jailbreak has been created by previously unknown hackers from China. They were not know among jailbreaking community until July 2014.
Pangu vs. Evasi0n
It is actually difficult to compare Evasi0n and Pangu untether jailbreak tools as they serve the same goal. Both programs allow users installing third-party apps, tweaks and games that will never appear at the official App Store but are available at Cydia.
There are a lot of differences when you try to look at Pangu vs Evasion. Firstly, Evasi0n supports iOS 7, 7.0.1 and up to 7.0.6 versions while Pangu is designed for iOS 7.1 and 7.1.x firmwares. Secondly, Evasi0n was launched by infamous Eva3rs team while Pangu was created by a group of hackers from China who were not known before this program.
At the same time, there are some similar things. Both programs offer untethered jailbreak solution to users and install Cydia store on your Home screen. You can learn more about PanguTeam and their members.
Untether iOS 7.1.x Jailbreak Pangu: About
Millions of users across the world trust Evad3rs and have no questions about safety of using Evasi0n jailbreak. Still Pangu program raises a lot of questions and people do wonder if this is safe to jailbreak iOS 7.1.x devices with Pangu or not.
While personally we are not able to guarantee you the full safety when you jailbreak with Pangu, but a lot of people have already tried this tool and there are instructions on who to solve possible errors. According to well-known dev iH8sn0w this untethered jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1, 7.1.2 and 7.1 contains no spyware and no malicious trails. At another hacker, MuscleNerd, also says everything seems to be OK with the tool till now.
It is difficult to say what program is better: Pangu vs. Evasi0n. They support different firmware versions and it’s up to you whether you wish to use one of them or even both or not. Just remember that Evasi0n doesn’t install any pirated stores but Pangu can install PPSync along with the pirated application store if you forget to uncheck one box during the jailbreaking.
Pangu Jailbreak Future
The Chinese team called Pangu who developed their first iOS jailbreak for versions 7.1.x [right now this is the only jailbreak solution for this firmware] has all chances to become popular among users who like to install third-party apps and hacks with tweaks. It can be downloaded by millions and it is great if this happens. Why? Here are the Pangu website statistic and download charts provided by PanguTeam durring the Syscan 360 event.
It is great to see the new blood in the jailbreaking community. The more hackers will try to develop jailbreak tools the more choices users will get. Evasi0n, Pangu, P0sixspwn – it is great when we have a lot of programs for different operating system jailbreak.
If more people explore, suggest and release exploits and jailbreak utilities, the chances someone of them will release the next iOS 8 jailbreak is higher. And this firmware update is just around the corner!