Thursday, March 19, 2015

iOS 8.2 Jailbreak Release Date Is May Be On March 27th

It is very interesting question when iOS 8.2 jailbreak release date. After Apple company blocked the 8.2 jailbreak, and the iOS 8.2 public release with multiple iOS 8.3 betas there is no next jailbreak yet.

Cupertino company launched iOS 8 on September 2014 and after a month - iOS 8.1. Just two days past after release the Pangu team had pushed a jailbreak for both firmwares.

Unfortunately, with iOS 8.1.1update Cupertino giant effectively patched the Pangu jailbreak exploits. But another TaiG jailbreak released at the same day and saved the situation. That jailbreak not only worked for 8.1.1, but also with 8.1.2 software version.

At that time the TaiG jailbreak utility was only available for Windows users. On January 18, the PP jailbreak software for Macs was accepted to jailbreak devices that run iOS 8.1.2 software version. Then Apple launched iOS 8.1.3, and once again blocked everything.

And now there’s no information about when 8.2 will be jailbroken. Due to fact that iOS 8.3 already being tested by developers we won’t be seeing anything new for some period of time.

Happily Semaphore pushed a beta version of his TinyUmbrella downgrade-aiding tool. This TU launch will help to manually downgrade to jailbreakable firmware on our iOS devices.

Another good news are that the TaiG team has announced about ‘Mobile Security Summit,’ that will take place on March 27th. Rumors say that the TaiG group can launch a new iOS 8.2 jailbreak on that event.

Nothing is clear. At present time, there is no public iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 or 8.3 jailbreak available for users.
In conclusion, the future of jailbreaking looks bright, due to fact that there are many Asian jailbreak teams that work on exploits. So iOS 8.2 jailbreak release date can be even on March 27th.


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