iOS 8.4 jailbreak video was posted by Stefan Esser, known as i0n1c. The video shows iPhone 6 Plus that runs jailbroken iOS 8.4 beta 1 version.
Jailbreakers as usual will develop jailbreaks, and that’s exactly what the engineers at Apple are trying to avoid happening with every new iOS release. When the company launched iOS 8.3 to the public it patched even more exploits used by TaiG and unfortunately that meant that jailbreaking just wasn’t possible if you wanted to use the latest, and most stable version of Apple’s iPhone and iPad software.
But that didn't stop hacker and today jailbreak veteran i0n1c has pushed a proof of concept video which not only introduces a jailbroken iPhone, but one that is actually running Apple’s latest beta release – iOS 8.4 beta 1.
Video of iOS 8.4 jailbreak shows that there are still some work to do, but we are nevertheless closer to a jailbreak release for the latest update.
You can check this video concept below:
When Apple company has launched iOS 8.3 it came packed with security fixes, with the count reaching almost forty. Cupertino giant takes iOS security seriously and while at present it has seemed to be relaxing its stance on jailbreaking, there is little doubt that the group inside company doesn’t like anyone messing with its operating system. That was the case when Scott Forstall was in charge, and it is most definitely the case with Jony Ive at the helm.
iOS 8.4 jailbreak video is currently is only a concept and it is not clear when it will turn into something concrete. But we hope that i0n1c makes this one a reality and launch this concept jailbreak to public.