You can get any information concerning TaiG jailbreak from jailbreak TaiG source. A lot of questions emerged when the TaiG iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak tool has offered an untethered jailbreak for devices running the latest iOS 8.1.1and iOS 8.2 beta a few days back. Some of the question were answered. As TaiG team uses social networks to answer commonly questions.
The team called it TaiGJBreak. And claims that it has become popular amongst the participants of jailbreak community and security researchers for its “simplicity, security, and transparency.”
One of the major questions iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak TaiG source is why didn’t the team save the exploits they had for a significant iOS 8.2 release, instead of burning them for a iOS 8.1.1 release. Apple company fixed exploits that Pangu used in the iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak. The team also adds that saving the exploit and postponing the release won’t be beneficial to jailbreakers.
Another question is concerning iOS 8.2 beta. Users states that the tool couldn’t jailbreak iOS 8.2 beta, although the TaiG noted that the jailbreak tool is compatible with iOS 8.2 beta. They suggested that the jailbreak will be updated with iOS 8.2 support after Apple will release iOS 8.2 to public.
That's why iOS 8.2 beta support has been intentionally disabled in TaiG public jailbreak release. For now TaiG jailbreak is available only for Windows. The team reported that a Mac version is in the works but “it’s not decided if it will be released or when.”
To continue working on future jailbreaks TaiG suggests a way to work with the Pangu team. As cooperation with well-known team will only benefit the community. So if you have some question to TaiG team visit jailbreak TaiG source - TaiGJBreak.