Thursday, May 7, 2015

Jailbreak iOS 8.4 After Release Date Will Be Available

Due to reports we should wait for jailbreak iOS 8.4 after release date this last iOS 8 software update. You can ask why? Read the post below.

It has been a really long time since a jailbreak for iOS devices has been released. As Apple launched iOS 8.1.3 on January this year, which fixed a number of vulnerabilities that blocked the TaiG jailbreak. Due to fact that Stefan Essar, known as i0n1c, posted a jailbroken iPhone 6 Plus running on iOS 8.4, we know that the next jailbreak is possible.

The belief is further strengthened by the fact that Apple has recently seeded the iOS 8.4 Beta to developers with its public release expected during the month of May or June.That' s why it makes sense that the jailbreak will be released only after Apple launches iOS 8.4 to the public.

It is thought that Apple will unveil iOS 9 at the WWDC, it looks like that iOS 8.4 will be the final version for iOS 8.

Talking about iOS 7, iOS 7.1.2 was the final release, so Apple has already launched a lot more software updates for iOS 8.We think that Apple Engineers will focus its attention on fixing the bugs in iOS 9 to be able to get ready for the release in September together with the launch of next smartphone.

In case iOS 8.3 jailbreak is released then Apple would be able to patch the vulnerabilities in iOS 8.4. So we should expect jailbreak iOS 8.4 after release date. With iOS 8.4 jailbreak users will be able to enjoy their jailbroken device at least until September.

Due to fact that there were no news from the TaiG team after dismissing the iOS 8.2 jailbreak rumor, and saying that they are working on a jailbreak, we can say that they are just waiting patiently for iOS 8.4 to be launched before releasing the jailbreak.

However don't hurry up to upgrade your iOS device to iOS 8.4 when it will be released until there is more clarity about the jailbreak. Because it can be possible that in iOS 8.4 public release Apple will patch all vulnerabilities, and jailbreak will be launched only for iOS 8.3 or lower.


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