While Pangu jailbreak cannot untether the recently released iOS 8.1.1 and the new iOS 8.2 which is currently available in beta version, the hackers from China continue to surprise users. The new company called Taig has presented the fresh iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak called TaiG which also works on the 8.2 beta firmware.
Apple killed the exploits used in Pangu jailbreak, but iH8sn0w hacker has already proved that iOS 8.1.1 can be jailbroken though his demo haven’t become public and it is not clear whether he is going to make it public. Taig is a new player in the jailbreaking community, but their jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 and 8.2 beta TaiG is now the only way to untether your smartphone or tablet if you have updated your operating system to the most recent version.
Some users think that jailbreak iOS 8.2 beta / iOS 8.1.1 TaiG tool might be based on the exploit found by iH8sn0w, but this hasn’t been confirmed yet. You should be attentive and careful if you decide to jailbreak your Apple device using TaiG because the company that launched this tool is known for using pirated applications in China and running the app store with pirated products. Well, you have probably heard about Taig before as this store was first installed with Evasi0n7 jailbreak tool but later it was gone from the program.
The new TaiG jailbreak for iOS 8.1.1 supports the same gadgets as iOS 8 firmware. It is also believed to work on iOS 8.1 and even earlier iOS 8 version. Still both iOS 8 and 8.1 can be successfully jailbroken with Pangu which is confirmed to be safe and reliable.
Right now TaiG supports only Windows computers and doesn’t run on Mac. If you ever decide to try the tool, just do not check the box which will install the pirated application store on your iDevice.