Jailbreaking has lost a lot of popularity lately, specially because Apple has brought major changes to iOS that have come to provide features that jailbreakers were looking for, Still, the community is vibrant and still existent, and now some new Chinese members have figured out how to jailbreak iOS 7.1.1
Pangu is a service that works on Windows and is based on the system exploits discovered by i0n1c. According to iH8sn0w the service is quite legit and it does get the job done without harming the host device in any way. The service is pretty straight forward, just like most iOS jailbreaks, works untethered, and works even on newer devices like the iPhone 5s and iPad Air sporting Apple’s A7 chip.
If you want to give it a try, make sure you follow our source link. At the moment the service installs Cydia along with an illegal Chinese app store, but it’s only a matter of time before other services join. An OS X compatible service should launch soon as well.