Debunking Apple's claims, Chinese jailbreaking community, Pangu, demonstrated an iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak on the iPhone 6 at the HackPwn 2015 security conference held last Friday in China.

This comes just after a week of the official iOS 8.4.1 release. In the release note, Apple claimed to fix around 40 bugs, making the jailbreak a mere dream. But Pangu's iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak teaser acted as a ray of hope for them.

Earlier, while releasing the iOS 8.4, Apple claimed to make life difficult for jailbreakers, but TaiG and PP both launched their own jailbreak editions for the same, though TaiG later claimed that PP actually copied its codes.

Earlier in an interview with iDigitalTimes, TaiG team member Ray Xie had confirmed that they have already started working on the iOS 9 jailbreak and will release it following Apple's official release. Interestingly, in the interview, Xie denied releasing the iOS 8.4 jailbreak, though TaiG released it later. 

Pangu has not announced any release date for the iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak on the Chinese social community Weibo but will purportedly release it before Apple rolls out the much anticipated version iOS 9.

Meanwhile, people can downgrade their iPhone, iPod Touch and and iPad devices from iOS 8.4.1 to iOS 8.4 before Apple closes down the iOS 8.4 firmware, as once it gets closed, they will have to wait for the iOS 9 release, besides hoping for a jailbreak of the same.