iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak news are awesome for all the fans of iPhone and iPad untethering. Of course, there are some iOS 8.1.2 issues users come across but they are overall happy. Unlike it often happens, this time Apple decided to pay no attention at the exploits used in TaiG tool and patched no holes when updating the mobile firmware to version 8.1.2.
What can it mean for users? The absence of iOS 8.1.2 problems for jailbreaking is good and bad at the same time. Firstly, the community is glad. The latest firmware leaves all the code exploits and loopholes in place, makes millions of users smile and allows TaiG fully functioning just like it was on 8.1.1 version. Secondly, there might be a bad sign. Apple is working on iOS 8.2 release and it will most likely patch everything in it.
The famous iPhone creator will definitely fix all current iOS 8.1.2 bugs in the new update, but along with them it will most likely close the holes in the code.
Hackers are probably also searching for new exploits as their mission is to allows users enjoy owing an open device. You can like or hate jailbreaking still this won’t chance the fact that having Cydia on your Home screen brings you numerous opportunities for iPhone customization and improvements.
Thanks to TaiG 8.1.2 jailbreak that was originally developed to work on 8.1.1 users can now become independent from Apple store and download iOS 8 tweaks and apps from Cydia repos. Developers are now testing the next 8.1.3 and 8.2 versions but it can happen that iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak news will sound great on 8.1.3 update and die on 8.2 upgrade.
The time will show us how everything changes.