Apple has allegedly approved a new App Store app named 'PG Client', which lets you jailbreak any iOS device running iOS 9.3.3 firmware. For the first time in the company's history, Apple has reportedly let a fully-working jailbreak tool to slip through its approval process to be put up on its online App Store.
Although the tool was taken down by Apple from the App Store following widespread buzz on the internet, it is still available for download via the Purchased section via Updates tab on the App Store when you sign into the following Apple ID: pgclient [at] icloud [dot] com along with the password: Pangu123*.
The app is basically a Chinese version of the Pangu's PP jailbreak disguised inside a "Dribbble" client that lets you jailbreak a compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch running iOS 9.3.3. Folks at Redmond Pie have confirmed that the jailbreak actually works as intended.
Avid iOS jailbreakers should note that the PG Client jailbreak does not work with iOS 9.3.4 or higher firmware as Apple has already patched known exploits of Pangu jailbreak used in iOS 9.2 – 9.3.3 with the release of iOS 9.3.4. The hack should however work fine on any 64-bit iOS device running the stock version of iOS 9.3.3.
Assuming that you have already logged into the account using the Apple ID and password provided above, you can download the PG client jailbreak tool for iPhone and iPad, using the download link posted here.