Courtesy of Chinese hackers, the untethered jailbreak tool now supports the Mac and even displays its screens in English.
Chinese developers release an untethered jailbreak for the latest version of Apple's iOS, says Redmond Pie. But is it safe?
iOS hacker i0n1c has tweeted expections for an iOS 8 beta-compatible jailbreak, though the new OS may be putting up a fight.
The video shows a jailbroken iPhone 5C restarted and then still able to access Cydia to manage the device.
Designed to hack Apple iOS version 7.1.1, the Pangu jailbreak tool also supports version 7.1.2 released Monday, according to tech blog Redmond Pie.
The folks behind the Evasi0n jailbreak are among those "thanked" for uncovering security holes patched in the latest version of iOS.
Nintendo fans rejoice: GBA4iOS 2.0 -- a project of indie developer Riley Testut for the last two years -- just went live, and it's the easiest way to play Game Boy games on the iPhone.
One Model S owner hacks his car, and gets a warning from Tesla.
You're only a few minutes away from a jailbroken iOS 7 device, running your favorite tweaks, and experimenting with new features.
Demoed in a YouTube video, the untethered jailbreak works on the latest version of iOS, though devices with A5 chips or higher apparently are out of the running for now.