Today, in a rapid-fire release following the new iOS 8.1.2 firmware, the Chinese-based TaiG dev team updated their utility of the same name for complete support with iOS 8.1.2 – TaiG can now fully Jailbreak 8.1.2 Untethered. This is an incredible time to Jailbreak the latest public firmware or to make the leap from 8.1 if you’ve been holding off on Jailbreaking 8.1.x until now. With that said, let’s proceed with the new iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak tutorial!
Today, ensuing the release of the all-new TaiG Untethered Jailbreak, Apple issued iOS 8.1.2 to the public for supported iPhone, iPod touch and iPad models. In the second incremental 8.1.x update, the first being iOS 8.1.2’s predecessor: 8.1.1, as of writing this article, the TaiG Jailbreak isn’t compatible with the minor release. However, today’s news isn’t all bad and may prove beneficial to Jailbreakers. While iOS 8.1.2 is available for immediate download via iTunes, as well as Apple’s significantly more popular over-the-air or OTA update option (which is graciously blocked by Apple for Jailbroken devices), it’s recommended that all users
Welcome to the two-hundredth-and-sixteenth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss all-new iPhone 6S rumors, the TaiG iOS 8.1.1 Jailbreak and the new tool’s security, the updated TaiG 1.1.0 utility and TaiG iOS 8.0 – 8.1.1 Untether package, the possibility of TaiG for Mac OS X and more.
There’s no doubt that it’s been an incredibly exciting time for Jailbreakers recently – not only did Pangu release an iOS 8 through 8.1 Jailbreak utility approximately a month after the first iteration of iOS 8 was released, but a new team dubbed TaiG recently released an all-new Jailbreak for 8.1.1 (the firmware that patches the aforementioned Pangu tool). However, since the release of my Untethered Jailbreak 8.1.1 tutorial, a number of viewers and readers have inquired as to which tweaks are compatible with the TaiG Jailbreak.
Today, in a completely unexpected and rather shocking release, a new Chinese-based dev team by the name of TaiG (yes, the same group that attempted to fund evasi0n7 by the evad3rs last year) released an out-of-the-blue Jailbreak 8.1.1 utility, dubbed TaiGJBreak. While I never thought I’d say this, TaiG’s new Jailbreak tool is actually rather redundant, as not only is 8.1.1 (the firmware that patches the previous Pangu iOS 8 through 8.1 Jailbreak) a minor release without any substantial changes, but Apple is still, as of writing this article, signing iOS 8.1 – meaning devices can still downgrade from 8.1.1
Welcome to the two-hundredth-and-fifteenth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the iOS 8 Jailbreak, 8.1.1, how to Downgrade, Cyber Monday and Black Friday sales and deals, the Star Wars Episode 7 trailer, top Cydia tweaks for iOS 8 and more.
Today, ensuing my recent Top Cydia Tweaks video for Jailbroken iPhone, iPod touch and iPad models running iOS 8 through 8.1, I’ve opted to review an all-new Cydia tweak that not only takes multitasking to the next level, but also redefines the experience as a whole. Having said that, while the aforementioned tweak, dubbed AppHeads, is a premium Cydia package, meaning it’s a $4.99 paid tweak, AppHeads is well worth it if you’re looking for something more out of iOS’s default multitasking system.
Recently, as the Pangu iOS 8 Jailbreak has had ample time to mature, in addition to tweaks and packages being updated to support the latest firmware(s) and devices, new and exciting tweaks have begun to propagate throughout Cydia. Today, ensuing the release of Apple’s iOS 8.1.1 Pangu Jailbreak-patching firmware, I’ve opted to curate a new top Cydia tweaks list, all of which support iOS 8 through 8.1 and function on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad models.
Welcome to the two-hundredth-and-fourteenth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss latest Pangu Jailbreak-patching iOS 8.1.1 firmware, new Jailbreak 8.1.1 developments, iOS 8.2 beta 1, the forthcoming Apple Watch, Downgrading from 8.1.1, “Get” App Store apps and more.
Today, following Apple’s recent release of the company’s iOS 8.1.1 Pangu Jailbreak-pataching firmware, a new an exciting update from iH8sn0w confirms that the hacker is dabbling in jailbreak development – more specifically, the creation of a utility capable of Jailbreaking 8.1.1 Untethered!