iOS 8.1.3 downgrading not working, as yesterday was the last day of iOS 8.1.2 version existence. Today Apple will close iOS 8.1.2 signing window.
It means that this software can no longer be installed on a device, and as such, you can no longer jailbreak if you restore your iOS device. The users who want to keep their jailbreaks need to stay where they are on iOS 8.1.2. Unfortunately, Cupertino giant patched the exploits used to jailbreak devices with the release of the current iOS 8.1.3 firmware. If you haven't jailbroken yet, you have still an opportunity to use TaiG or PP to jailbreak. To check the signing status of any firmware you can visit IPSW.me. For example, if you want to check out the status of iOS 8.1.2 update, just visit IPSW.me/8.1.2.
As it was above mentioned the latest public firmware blocks the current jailbreak, and we’ve heard little from the TaiG or Pangu teams about the launch of a new awaited jailbreak. Due to the fact that iOS 8.1.3 downgrading not working Those users who at present time have jailbroken devices should stay satisfied with their current jailbreak . And those who are not will have to wait patiently for a new jailbreak to come.
In conclusion, the prospects of a new developed jailbreak are much better at present than they have been in the past time. The Chinese teams that created the last few jailbreaks have been pretty fast to get their developed things to the public, even if it’s still being worked on.