How To Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 Using Safari [No Computer Required]

You simply have to love and admire the enthusiasm and excitement that exists within the jailbreak community. Regardless of how long we seem to go without any type of jailbreak solution being made available, the community still stands strong and not only retains its passion for the cause, but also immediately bursts into life when a new jailbreak tool is announced.
Following on from the surprise release of the PP/Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3, the jailbreak has now been officially released in an easy-to-use form so that it can be installed using Safari browser right on the device itself without having to use any computer. It kind of works similar to Comex’s JailbreakMe hack back in the day.
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Since this too is based on PP’s/Pangu’s jailbreak, it works on the same devices as PP and Pangu Team’s own desktop tools for Windows and Mac, which is essentially all 64-bit Apple devices capable of running iOS 9.3.3-9.2 firmwares. This Safari-based jailbreak method though is currently available for Chinese PP jailbreak app only. Here’s how to go about using it to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device without having to use any computer whatsoever.
Step 1: We recommend updating your device to iOS 9.3.3 first. You can get iOS 9.3.3 from here Download iOS 9.3.3 IPSW For iPhone And iPad [Final Version]. Make a full backup using iTunes or iCloud as well. Also remove any passcode/Touch ID, as well as disable Find My iPhone from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device before proceeding with the jailbreak.
Step 2: Paste this URL in Safari web browser on the device: and then tap on Open button.
Step 3: Now tap on Install button from the resultant prompt.
You will notice that PP app will start installing on your device. It will first say Loading on the app icon, and then it will change to Installing. As soon as it changes to Installing, bring Control Center up and turn on the Airplane mode, then wait for it to install PP app on your device.
Step 4: Once PP app is downloaded and installed, and the app icon appears on the Home screen of your device, first turn off the Airplane mode from Control Center, then head to Settings > General > Device Management and Trust the certificate as shown in the screenshot below.
This certificate should last you one year!
Step 5: When downloaded, installed, with certificate trusted, you should have PP jailbreak app icon on the Home screen ready for launch. Simply launch it and you’ll get a prompt that looks like this. Accept this prompt for push notifications.
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Step 6: Uncheck the PP checkbox (if available), then tap on the big circle in the center, and once the process starts, hit the sleep/power button to manually lock your device while still being in the PP app.
Step 7: You will soon get a notification on the Lock screen confirming your device has been successfully jailbroken, followed by a quick automatic respring. Once the device comes back to Lock screen from respring, unlock the device and you should now have Cydia installed on your device.
Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Cydia
It’s important to note that this jailbreak is semi-untethered/tethered, which means that device owners will need to re-run PP app on the device to reinitiate the jailbreak each time a device is rebooted. You can find instructions on how to do that in detail here: Re-Jailbreak Pangu / PP On iOS 9.3.3 After Reboot, Here’s How.

Re-Jailbreak Pangu / PP On iOS 9.3.3 After Reboot, Here’s How

So, you have jailbroken your iPhone on iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu / PP, but after reboot, you find Cydia, jailbreak tweaks and apps crashing or not working? This is because Pangu’s latest jailbreak tool is semi-untethered/tethered, which means you will have to put your device in jailbroken state every time the device is rebooted.
It is important to note that you will have to do this only when the device is fully rebooted. You don’t have to do this when the device is respring-ed.
This so called re-jailbreaking (or booting into jailbroken state) process also doesn’t involve doing the whole jailbreak thing again from scratch using a computer. We explain how exactly it all works after a jailbroken device is rebooted in step by step instructions below.
Step 1: So, after your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device is rebooted, locate the PP app on your device’s Home screen and launch it. Now it’s important to note that you might have two different PP apps on the device, each with a different looking app icon.
You need to launch the one whose app icon looks like the one shown in the screenshot below.
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Step 2: Accept the prompt for push notifications.
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Step 3: Tap the big circle in the center, and once it starts some process, manually lock your device by pressing the sleep/power button while still being in the app.
Step 4: After a short while, you will receive a push notification on the lock screen (don’t act on it!), right after which it will respring automatically.
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Step 5: Once the device comes back on the lock screen, simply unlock it and you will be right back into the Home screen.
Step 6. That’s it. You are done. You should now be able to run Cydia and all the jailbreak tweaks and apps again should start working again.
Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Cydia

Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 On Mac OS X With Pangu [How-To Tutorial]

Out of nowhere, the latest Pangu jailbreak tool for iOS 9.3.3, 9.3.2 and below firmwares is here for compatible 64-bit iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices, but there’s a small caveat for the time being; it’s only being offered with support on Windows PCs. Under normal circumstances that would mean that owners of an Apple iMac or MacBook wouldn’t be able to use the tool to perform a jailbreak on a compatible device. Thankfully, these aren’t normal circumstances, and we have a handy guide that lets Mac owners use the new Pangu tool to jailbreak their device. Simply follow the step by step instructions below to liberate your device on iOS 9.3.3 on a Mac in no time.
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How to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu on Mac OS X – Method 1:
Step 1: First and foremost, you’re going to need to head over to the Parallels site and download the latest Parallels 11 software for Mac. Don’t worry, this is trial version of the virtualization software for your Mac, and is available free-of-charge to be used for a period of 14-days. That’s plenty enough time to get up and running with this jailbreak.
Step 2: Yes, you guessed it, another download of a free trial. Having Parallels 11 is one thing, but you will need an executable version of Windows 10 for the software to virtualize. You can download a free trial copy of Windows 10 directly from Microsoft without a product key, which offers a 90-day trial and will be downloaded as an ISO file that can be used to install Windows 10 in the virtual machine environment that Parallels 11 provides. Get Windows 10 from here:
Step 3: Install the Parallels 11 software just like you would with any other Mac application that has been downloaded from a third-party source. When the package has been installed, launch the software and walk through the relatively simple setup process. When prompted, select the Install Windows or another OS from a DVD or image file option and continue.
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Step 4: On the next screen, select the Image File option from the middle of the interface. This is the option required to install Windows 10 via the previously downloaded ISO file. Select the ISO file into the interface, which will then update the interface on the Parallels 11 window to show exactly what is going to be installed on the virtual machine. Click Continue and progress through the relevant configuration steps.
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Step 5: Parallels 11 will now go through the required steps to install Windows 10 onto a virtual machine on the Mac.
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Step 6: When the installation process has been complete, you will then need to install Apple’s iTunes on the newly installed virtual machine. Head over to to grab the necessary download files and install it.
Step 7: Next, download the Windows compatible Pangu jailbreak tool from here:
Step 8: Now you’ll need to get hold of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device that you wish to jailbreak. Connect the device to the Mac via USB when inside of the recently installed Windows virtual machine and follow our guide on how to perform the jailbreak here:
It’s important to note that this jailbreak is compatible with 64-bit devices only, meaning only iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 6, 6 Plus, 5s, SE, iPad Air 2/1, iPad mini 4/3/2 and iPod touch 6G are supported. Also, it’s a semi-untethered jailbreak. You can find more details on it in the guide linked above.
Step 9: Once you have ran through that tutorial, the jailbreak process should run smoothly, informing you that it is complete, and will have that familiar looking Cydia icon taking pride of place on your connected device, as shown in the screenshot below.
Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Cydia
How to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 using Pangu on Mac OS X – Method 2:
There’s a second method too to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 using a Mac. This basically involves downloading the PP jailbreak .ipa file, signing it using iOS App Signer utility, and then sideloading it using Xcode. You can download PP’s .ipa file from here, and then follow the instructions on how to sideload an app using Xcode here.
Once the app has been sideloaded, run the PP app, tap on the big circle in the center and then wait for it to install Cydia. Hit the sleep/power button to manually lock your device. You will soon get a notification saying on the lock screen that your device has been successfully jailbroken. Now unlock the device and you’ll be in PP app again. It will start preparing environment for Cydia. Once done, the device will reboot automatically and you will have Cydia installed on your now jailbroken device.
Enjoy the freedom!

How To Jailbreak iOS 9.3.3 On iPhone 6s, 6, 6s Plus, 6 Plus, 5s, iPad, More [Tutorial]

As you are probably more than aware by now, a working jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 to 9.2 firmwares is finally here. China-based Pangu Team literally made the announcement and released the tool out of nowhere, much to the delight of those 64-bit device owners looking to liberate their hardware from Apple’s walled garden to install Cydia and jailbreak tweaks on it. The tool is currently only available for Windows machines, compatible with 64-bit iOS devices, and is of semi-untethered/tethered variety (more on that is detailed below), and here we’re going to take a step-by-step approach to showing you exactly how to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using it. Ready? Here we go.
Compatible iOS devices:
  • iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE
  • iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 1, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro (both models)
  • iPod touch 6
Compatible firmware versions:
  • iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1
  • iOS 9.3, iOS 9.3.1, iOS 9.3.2, iOS 9.3.3
Before we begin, it’s important to note that the instructions below are for Chinese version of the jailbreak as the English version of the tool is not out yet but is expected to drop very soon. We will update the post once the English version is out.
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Step 1: Connect your iOS device to your computer.
Step 2: Once you have downloaded the jailbreak tool from the link given above, launch it as administrator on Windows by right clicking on the file and then clicking on Run as administrator.
Step 3: Now click on the button which has some Chinese text on it. This will install PP Helper 5.0.
Step 4: You should now have PP Helper 5.0 shortcut on the desktop. Right click on it and then click on Run as administrator. Once it’s launched, click the big green button with some Chinese text on it to begin the jailbreak process.
Step 5: After a short while, you will get a captcha screen on the tool. Enter the catcha letters and wait for at least a couple of minutes as the tool will now start installing a profile on your device. The tool at this point may also require you to enter your Apple ID and password. While Pangu says it doesnt store any of this information and simply uses your Apple ID and password to sign the PP app it’s going to install on your device for jailbreaking, we still recommend signing up for a spare Apple ID from and using that in this step rather than your main Apple ID.
Step 6: An app called PP will start installing on your device now. Once installed, in order to run it, you need to first head to Settings > General > Device Management (on iOS 9.3.3) or Settings > General > Profile (on iOS 9.3.2 and below) and then trust the developer.
Step 7: Once done, open this PP app and accept the prompt for push notifications.
Step 8: Now tap on the big circle in the center, and wait for PP app to install Cydia. Hit the sleep/power button to manually lock your device. You will soon get a notification in Chinese saying that your device has been successfully jailbroken.
Step 9: At this point, simply unlock the device and you’ll be in PP. It will start preparing environment for Cydia. Once done, the device will reboot automatically and you should have Cydia installed on your now jailbroken device.
Pangu iOS 9.3.3 Cydia
As mentioned earlier, this is a semi-untethered/tethered jailbreak which means every time the device reboots, you will have to re-jailbreak of sorts to get the device back into jailbroken state. Fortunately, this doesn’t mean you need to go through the whole process through your computer again. You don’t have to reinstall the jailbreak tweaks, settings or Cydia either. All you need to do after every reboot is to run the PP app from the home screen on your device and tap that large circle button to get back into jailbroken state again within no time.
And there you have it. Out of the blue, literally form nowhere, a working and very simple way to jailbreak compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running iOS 9.3.3 to iOS 9.2.

iPhone 7 Release Date Reportedly Set For The Week Of September 12

We’ve had more iPhone 7 leaks than we can care to remember over the last seven months, and now we have what could be the possible release window for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
We’ve had multiple instances of visuals leaking online purporting to show the rear shell for Apple’s new device. We’ve had videos that have come into the public domain via Chinese social networks claiming to show the iPhone 7 side-by-side with the iPhone 6s. We’ve even had the pleasure of seeing “official” schematics and blueprints of the device.
Taking to Twitter, Evan Blass has stated via his popular @evleaks account that Apple’s “iPhone 2016 release” will happen during the week of September 12th. Given that Tim Cook and his team of executives generally prefer to release new hardware on a Friday, that would mean that we could potentially be in line for a Friday September 16th, 2016 release.
Blass doesn’t provide any additional information on his source for this information, but he has proven himself to be an extremely credible source of information in the past. Not perfect, but very credible.
If that date is accurate, then it means Apple would be holding a dedicated iPhone 7/7 Plus media event a week or a week and a half earlier than the release date, which would likely result in press contacts and privileged members of the media being invited to attend the conference sometime in early September.
Until that official invitation drops into the mailboxes of the media elite, then we will of course have to take any suggestion with a grain of salt. An educated grain of salt that could definitely be accurate, but a grain of salt nonetheless. As they say, it isn’t official until it’s actually official.
At that media event, we are expecting to welcome at least two new iPhone models which are likely to be similar in terms of overall design and dimensions to the existing iPhone 6s/6s Plus range except for the redesigned antenna lines, and some other internal changes. The smaller 4.7-inch iPhone is expected to come with an improved and larger camera lens that will noticeably be larger. The 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus will contain a pill-shaped aperture on the rear of the device charged with housing the new dual-lens camera. Both models are expected ship without the inclusion of the iconic 3.5mm headphone port that’s been a staple part of all iPhones from 2007.
As always, we will bring you more on this as and when it developers, including any new information that may fall into the public domain.
(Source: @evleaks [Twitter])

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