Should you jailbreak iOS 8.3 iPhone right now or not? Users who tried to use TaiG 2.0 jailbreak tool on iOS 8.1.3, 8.2 or 8.3 as soon as this program was officially released this week experienced problems [there is no iOS 9 jailbreak yet]. You might like to avoid performing the jailbreak right now because there is no compatible Cydia Substrate yet. At the same time, TaiG Cydia Substrate fix is coming soon.
Hackers from China promise they will offer iOS 8.3 Cydia Substrate update later this week. It might be easier to just wait for this major upgrade because it will install the new iOS 8.3-compatible Cydia Substrate and this is very important for users because this also allows tweaks working properly.
Jay Freeman who has developed Cydia store with unofficial jailbreak apps and tricks asked TaiG to offer iOS 8.3 Cydia Substrate fix through kernel patch update. This is exactly what the group of hackers is planning to do this week.
There are news that this could happen as soon as today, still sometimes rumors and announcements could make mistakes. If this is the case, we will see the Cydia Substrate fix in iOS 8.1.3 – 8.3 jailbreak later this week.
As soon as the TaiG 2.0 tool gets update you will be able to install the Cydia Substrate package and not have to re-jailbreak in case you have already performed this interesting procedure on Windows computer.
It took the community several months to finally see iOS 8.3, 8.2 and 8.1.3 jailbreak solution that is successful and works on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Even though there is no official Mac version yet and the program supports Windows platform only it is still possible to run the Windows version on your OS X computer through virtual Windows machine.
Cydia developers are starting to update their tweaks and apps so that you can download new applications for a jailbroken iDevice after becoming jailbroken.