It mistakenly happened while Apple accidentally approving apps that lets you do the stuff which is normally against the App Store rules. It did again with an app that lets you actually jailbreak an iOS device (iPhone, iPad or iPod touch) must be the first of its kind for the company!
Called PG Client and also made available to download for free from the App Store. The app which was approved by Apple basically disguises the Chinese version of Pangu’s PP jailbreak inside a “dribble” client that let users jailbreak a compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 9.3.3 firmware. Sorry! We haven’t committed with that app, so we can’s confirm that it actually works! But many tried their best and it worked great.
The app on App Store won’t let you jailbreak the latest iOS 9.3.5 firmware as Apple has already patched the Pangu Jailbreak exploit used in iOS 9.2-9.3.3 since the release of iOS 9.3.4. It should naturally work on any iOS device which is a 64-bit and is still running stock iOS 9.3.3 IPSW version.
Unfortunately, the already approved app listed on App Store lets you jailbreak your iOS 9.3.3 running devices has been pulled by Apple now. Those already has downloaded PG Client can try to give it a shot and jailbreak your device using the app.
(Download: PG Client app for iPhone and iPad from the App Store)
Update x1: Apple pulled the app from the App Store within 30 minutes after publishing the app. You can download it, but from the Purchased section found in Updates tab on the App Store by signing into this Apple ID: pgclient [at] icloud [dot] com | pw: Pangu123*
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