The new iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak can now be accessed by the users of both Windows and Mac systems, enabling them to remove limitations that are being applied on the devices by Apple. It enables users of the iPad, iPhone 5S, 5C, 5, 4S and iPod Touch to enjoy root access to the command line of the operating system. After jailbreak, users can have the privilege to access the themes and iPhone extensions that can’t be accessed by them earlier.
The latest iOS 7.1.1 is equipped with several neat features, but some users nonetheless prefer to make some modifications in their devices in order to gain more freedom.
The iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak is from China from a team known as PanGu. However, it has been said that this new jailbreak is stolen from a developer who did not want to release it to the public.
Stefan Esser (ion1c) is behind this latest jailbreak, and he had no plans to release it and used it for training purposes. Although PanGu gives special credit to Stefan Esser (ion1c), one has heard that the team does not have the permission to release it.
The latest jailbreak has so far not been exposed to any malware or secret app stores.
Esser has been quoted saying on Twitter that “If pangu team releases a public jailbreak with vulnerabilities disclosed to them during my training I consider this in no way okay.”
The subsequent tweet said “So finally after 1.75 years of being known to me, having tought it to 50-70 students a ‘friend’ takes the bug and sells a jb based on it.”