Ensuing TaiG’s latest iOS 8.4 Untethered Jailbreak utility release, I’ve compiled a new list of top iOS 8.4 compatible Cydia tweaks for your freshly Jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. It’s common knowledge that discovering new and functioning tweaks following the release of a new Jailbreak utility is painstaking (to put it mildly) – today’s coverage is intended to alleviate some of the tedious work that goes hand in hand with finding great tweaks!
Today, ensuing the release of iOS 8.4 (Apple’s latest firmware which adds support for Apple Music, revamps the regular Music app and adds iBook app improvements), TaiG updated their utility to version 2.3, which can fully Jailbreak iOS 8.4 Untethered! Thankfully, Apple didn’t close the vulnerabilities TaiG exploited to achieve an Untethered Jailbreak in iOS 8.4, meaning those keen on updating to make use of Apple Music can now do so while maintaining their devices Jailbreak status – continue reading to Jailbreak iOS 8.4 Untethered via TaiG in today’s new tutorial!
Today, as expected, Apple released iOS 8.4 and, in turn, Apple Music to the general public! Being the fourth major iOS 8 release, 8.4 is available for immediate download as both an iTunes update and the increasingly more popular OTA (over-the-air) update variant. However, if you’re a Jailbreaker and your device was recently Jailbroken on iOS 8.3, avoid updating at all costs.
Today, following the incredibly exciting release that was this week’s TaiG Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 8.3, I’ve opted to share a comprehensive list of iOS 8.3 compatible Cydia tweaks with you, my viewers and readers. It’s widely known that uncovering functional tweaks following the release of a new Jailbreak is a pain to say the least, today’s coverage is intended to mitigate said pain.
Today, in an incredibly exciting, and totally unexpected move, TaiG released a new tool (the new TaiG version 2.1.2 update is now available) that’s capable of Jailbreaking iOS 8.3 fully Untethered! The group has finally addressed the needs of millions of Apple enthusiasts to Jailbreak on Apple’s latest public firmware – if you’ve been holding off on updating to 8.3 until now, this is the opportune moment to do so. Having said that, let’s continue and Jailbreak iOS 8.3 utilizing TaiG in today’s tutorial!
As we wait for TaiG to issue the group’s next update for the tool to make the iOS 8.3 jailbreak compatible with Cydia Substrate and, in turn, the tweaks that propagate Cydia, I decided to compile a list of five functioning iOS 8.3 tweaks I think you’ll enjoy.
Today, quickly following the conclusion of Apple’s WWDC keynote, the company issued the first beta iteration of iOS 9 to registered developers: iOS 9.0 beta 1 (also, as of June 23rd, 2015, iOS 9 beta 2 is now available). While Apple typically restricts beta restores to devices with their 40-character UDIDs (Unique Device Identifiers) registered through an Apple developer account, a long-standing flaw exists within iTunes that affects how the program validates beta restores. In other words, it’s possible for any device to install iOS 9 beta without the need for a developer account.
2 weeks ago Apple, iOS 9, News
Welcome to the two hundredth and thirty-first episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In today’s episode, I discuss the reason the latest Jailbreak isn’t available for iOS 8.3, PP’s iOS 8.4 Jailbreak Release date claims, iOS 9, the forthcoming iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, the next-generation Apple Watch, 4K Apple TV content and more.
When the Apple Watch Sport launched in April, the device was the first of Apple’s post-PC lineup to be built with the company’s new 7000 series aluminum. According to Apple, they’ve “created a new alloy of 7000 Series aluminum that’s 60 percent stronger than standard alloys. Yet it’s very light”. Could the next iPhone adopt the same type of metal?!
With Apple’s annual World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC for short) currently underway, the anticipation amongst Apple enthusiasts interested in the company’s next major OS installments couldn’t be higher. The company is expected to not only demonstrate and release the first beta of iOS 9 to registered developers, but they’ll also showcase the next iteration of OS X, being OS 10.11, Apple Music and possibly even Apple Watch software advancements.