Friday, April 24, 2015

iOS 8.3 Jailbreak Launch Date Reliable Info

For those users who are waiting for iOS 8.3 jailbreak launch date here is some portion of useful information that is well worth reading.

Apple has patched all iOS 8.3, iOS 8.2 and iOS 8.1.3 jailbreak exploits used in Pangu, TaiG, PP jailbreak tools for iOS devices releasing its latest firmware update.

Those users who have got jailbroken devices have already know all the aspects of updating process. As usual, you shouldn't upgrade your jailbroken device till some knowledgeable member of the jailbreaking community will deem the new iOS update as safe to grab. So now you must not upgrade to any of the recently released iOS 8.3 / iOS 8.2 / iOS 8.1.3 updates.


With the released of three aforementioned updates Apple blocked Pangu8, TaiG and PP jailbreaks.


So if you planned to jailbreak you device then it’s highly recommended not grab iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 or 8.3 update at any cost.

Apple posted in its support article all the exploits that it has patched in newly released updates. And what is more, it named the Pangu and TaiG teams for utilizing them.

Also Cupertino giant was able to patch exploits discovered by Stefan Esser, known as i0n1c.

Famous hacker MuscleNerd has posted several tweets were he persuaded users to stay clear of the latest iOS updates.



Due to fact that Apple has now stopped signing iOS 8.1.2 firmware, that makes iOS 8.1.3 downgrade to iOS 8.1.2 impossible.

TaiG Jailbreak team organized a Mobile Security Summit last month. The purpose of that summit was to create a platform for world top jailbreak developer to have an open communication and then prepared for the better untethered jailbreak in future. Unfortunately, there were no clear news about iOS 8.2 or iOS 8.3 jailbreak launch date.


With iOS 8.3 update, that was released not so long ago, Apple has patched another TaiG exploits.

So if you have an older jailbreakable version of iOS 8 or even iOS 7, it is best to stay there if you want to keep using jailbreak tweaks and apps from Cydia until a iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 or iOS 8.3 jailbreak launch date.

But if you don’t plan to jailbreak either now or in the future, then you can upgrade your device to newly released updates.

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