Is it possible to jailbreak iOS 8 beta 2 right now? Hacker BlackGeek proves that it is possible as he used this Chinese program to untethered jailbreak his iOS 8 beta second iDevice. Still you should keep in mind that Pangu was originally released to jailbreak iOS 7.1 and later 7.1.x iPhone and iPad.
Users are not recommended to install iOS 8 beta yet since this firmware comes with numerous bugs. It is currently in the developing stage with iOS devs and carriers testing it and finding problems that Apple can fix in time for the official iOS 8 release this fall.
Pangu jailbreak for iOS 8 beta 2, as BlackGeek states, works ok. The iOS hacker tweeted that he used Pangu to jailbreak iPod touch 5G.
Such jailbreak iOS 8 beta 2 is risky but users who managed to update to this firmware beta release can try it out. Still it is better to wait until Apple launched the public version and Pangu or other tool gets updated to support the official iOS 8 jailbreak.
Soon customers will search how to jailbreak iPhone 6 running iOS 8, but right now a lot of people use Pangu to untether iOS 7.1.x smartphones and tablets. This program has its pros and cons but it works and this is what users need.
The fact that Pangu is capable of completing jailbreak iOS 8 beta 2 is great as it can mean that the actual iOS 8 jailbreak is just around the corner. Hackers might be waiting for Apple to launch this firmware upgrade and update their programs as soon as possible to allow the whole world jailbreaking their new seventh-generation iPhones and older models iPhone 5S, 5c, 5 and 4S.