How to Jailbreak 8.4 iOS Untethered TaiG 2.4.3 iPhone 6 Plus, 6, 5s, iPad Air 2, Mini 3 Tutorial on Windows or Mac OS X – What an exciting day, following last week’s TaiG iOS 8.3 jailbreak and today’s release of both iOS 8.4 and Apple Music, TaiG updated their tool to jailbreak iOS 8.4! Thankfully, in Apple’s haste to issue iOS 8.4 and rollout Apple Music, the company left the vulnerabilities exploited by TaiG fully unpatched. In other words, you can jailbreak 8.4 on the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, 5s, 5c, iPhone 5, 4s, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPod Touch 5 and all other iOS 8-based iPad models! Beyond being the first firmware to support Apple Music, iOS 8.4 revamps the default Music app, corrects several issues pertaining to said app and improves the iBooks app. If you’ve been holding off on updating to iOS 8.1.3 or higher until now, this is the perfect time to do so – for complete details on how to jailbreak 8.4 with TaiG, continue reading!
iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 Released by Apple, will TaiG Jailbreak iOS 8.4.1 Untethered? – Today, without any prior indication, roughly two weeks and two days following its initial seed, Apple issued iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 for developers. iOS 8.4.1, being the firmware that’s expected to patch the TaiG jailbreak (though a miracle could still happen – see video below for details), is an extremely minor update likely featuring bug fixes and optimizations. Currently, those who update to the beta seed from a jailbroken device on iOS 8.4 will forfeit their Untethered TaiG 8.4 jailbreak, as the latest Untethered utility isn’t compatible with the beta firmware, regardless of whether Apple closed TaiG’s exploits in 8.4.1 beta 2. As of now, any release timeframe would be based on conjecture and speculation, though seeing as the firmware appears as though it’s a very minor update, we likely won’t see an iOS 8.4.1 beta 3 release prior to 8.4.1’s public availability. To learn more about the new iOS 8.4.1 beta 2 release and whether we’ll be able to jailbreak 8.4.1 post iOS 8.4, continue reading past the break.
iPhone 6S, 6S Plus Rumors & Leaks, iOS 8.4.1 Jailbreak plus iPad, iPod Touch 6 Giveaways – Today, as we prepare for iOS 8.4.1, which may very well patch the Untethered TaiG jailbreak iOS 8.4 utility, the staff at Evasi0n Jailbreak opted to stray from the norm slightly. In today’s article, we’ll not only highlight the iPhone 6S, but also several intriguing giveaways, including a free $100 Amazon Gift Card, an iPod touch 6th Generation and an iPad Air 2! Starting with the former of the two topics, aside from jailbreaking and 8.4, the most intriguing topic for Apple enthusiast is undoubtedly the next-generation iPhone or, in this case, iPhones (plural). When Apple released the larger 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus respectively, they essentially set a new dual size standard for iPhone refreshes. Likely dubbed the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, Apple’s new iPhones are slated for both announcement and release later this fall, almost certainly in September. For the latest iPhone 6S leaks and rumors, as well as instructions for entering the giveaways (totally in $800 worth of prizes), continue reading!
Install iOS 9 beta 4 Free no Developer UDID Download, Downgrade to Jailbreak 8.4 – Following the recent iOS 8.4 jailbreak, roughly one month following iOS 9’s unveiling, and the subsequent release of iOS 9 beta 1 to registered iOS Developers, Apple seeded iOS 9 beta 4 for those enrolled in the company’s iOS and OS X Developer program. In iOS 9, Apple has not only increased security measures (details on a potential iOS 9 jailbreak post iOS 8.4 in light of said measure can be found here), but they’ve also significantly improved performance system-wide. Furthermore, iOS 9 beta 4 finally brings true split-screen multitasking to iPads (though full access to both app panes simultaneously is restricted to the iPad Air 2 until an iOS 9 jailbreak is released), proactive “Intelligence” for improved ease-of-use and more. Before getting too excited however, it’s paramount to mention that a potential iOS 9 beta 4 upgrade from an 8.x jailbreakable firmware will result in the instant loss of your device’s jailbreak, though a simple downgrade by plugging into iTunes and clicking “Restore” will allow you to once again jailbreak on 8.4. With that being said, in this educational guide, we’ll highlight an iTunes security flaw that enables devices on iOS 8 through 8.4 to update to iOS 9 beta 4 for free without the necessary UDID registration that’s typical of beta updates. For additional details on iOS 9 beta 4, and how to install the firmware, continue reading.