Though iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak from Pangu team is yet not released officially in the English language, but the Chinese version is already floating around the web. The tool itself is very easy to use.
However, there was a big hindrance for Mac Users because only Windows version was released so far. Moreover, there were many steps involved before the actual jailbreak app was transferred from the computer to the iPhone or iPad.
Update: This method installs Pangu with 7 days certificate validity. According to some reports, this method no longer works. Visi our new and updated post about the latest Pangu jailbreak guide.
Keeping in view these types of limitations, an independent developer has packed the Pangu jailbreak tool into an iOS app which can be downloaded on your iPhone using a browser.
The inner architecture of the app is same as of desktop tool. It also supports only 64-bit iPhone and iPad models, meaning the older iPhone 5 is not compatible with it.
Caution: Before you proceed to the actual step by step jailbreak of iOS 9.3.3 process, it is very important to make a back-up of your device using iTunes so that you don’t lose anything in case something goes wrong during the course of this procedure.
Step 1: Upgrade your idevice to the latest iOS 9.3.3 firmware. If you are still using any older iOS version, this tool won’t install it.
Step 2: Fire up Safari and enter this address in the address bar onlinejailbreak.com. Don’t use any other browser like Chrome, opera, etc. They may not perform as expected.
Step 3: Tap on the “Install” link. A pop-up will show to get your permission to begin the installation process.
Step 4: After the installation is complete, go to Settings > General > Profiles and select the app’s certificate to trust it.
Step 5: Now tap on PP jailbreak icon from the homescreen of your idevice.
Step 6: Allow the app to send you Notifications when the pop up appears.
Step 7: Tap on the “Circle” and the Pangu 9.3.3 jailbreak app will start installing Cydia and other necessary files.
Step 8: Wait and let it finish its work. When completed, you’ll see the new Cydia icon on iPhone / iPad / iPod touch.
This jailbreak is a semi-untethered jailbreak, which means you have to re-jailbreak your device every time it reboots.