Great news, it is possible to download Pangu for iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak tool, as unexpectedly well known Chinese team has revealed an 8.4.1 jailbreaking on iPhone 6 at HackPwn2015 security conference last week.
When with the iOS 8.4.1 firmware launch Apple company has patched several vulnerabilities that were used by TaiG to develop the jailbreak, it was thought that it would take quite long time for the jailbreak community to develop jailbreak for iOS 8.4.1. It was also thought that there will be no jailbreak until iOS 9 will be launched next month.
Pangu team doesn’t have plans to launch the jailbreak publicly for iOS 8.4.1, which makes sense with iOS 9 round the corner. With new formware releasing in a matter of weeks now, it wouldn’t be wise for Pangu or any jailbreak team for that matter to burn these all important jailbreak exploits for a minor update like 8.4.1. It’s likely that team Pangu will save these exploits for jailbreaking iOS 9 and the upcoming Apple's iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
But if you are interested in trying out this iOS 8.4.1 Pangu jailbreak you can go ahead and download it via direct link:
Also be very attentive as reports say that there is evasi0n iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak fake release which is can carry danger for your device.
According to previous reports back in June, Pangu team had also demoed iOS 8.3 jailbreak at the Mobile Security Conference (MOSEC) in Shanghai, and was planning to push it after iOS 8.4 launched. Although, Taig team was the first to release a jailbreak for iOS 8.3, followed by a jailbreak for iOS 8.4, so Pangu team didn’t launched their jailbreak.
It is quite possible that the exploits used by the Pangu team were not patched with iOS 8.4.1 release, so it was the possibility to jailbreak 8.4.1. It may indicate that the exploits used to jailbreak iOS 8.4.1 can also be used to jailbreak iOS 9 firmware.
But due to recent reports Pangu jailbreak was just a demonstration to show that it was possible, and that Pangu has no intentions of releasing this jailbreak publicly. So don't hurry up to download Pangu for iOS 8.4.1 as its status could be change at any time. That’s probably a wise decision seeing as it is less then month away from iOS 9 release. No need to burn exploits on a software version that will be all but a distant memory in just a few weeks.