iOS 8 Archive

iOS 8.2 Beta 4 Issued, Is TaiG Compatible, Will TaiG Jailbreak iOS 8.2?

iOS 8.2 Jailbreak: Apple Releases iOS 8.2 Beta 4, Can TaiG Jailbreak iOS 8.2? - Today, as a vast majority of jailbreakers prepare themselves for what could very well be the the impending release of iOS 8.1.3, the firmware that’s expected to patch the Untethered TaiG jailbreak, Apple seeded the fourth beta iteration of iOS 8.2, being 8.2 beta 4, to developers officially enrolled in the company’s iOS 8 Developer Program. Apple’s latest beta update is available for immediate download via two methods: through the traditional Developer Center or as an OTA (short for over-the-air) update, found in the Settings app, for developers running either iOS 8.2 beta 3, beta 2 or beta 1. Furthermore, today’s 8.2 beta carries a slightly revised build number over its predecessor of 12D5461b, compared to 12D5452a. In light of the fact that the aforementioned bump in build numbers is rather minor, it can rightfully be assumed that the new 8.2 beta offers little in the way of improvements and modifications over its predecessors. However, for comparison, the current public firmware (being iOS 8.1.2, as of Monday, January 12th, 2015) is tied to the following build number, 12B440 - a much more substantive jump. While iOS 8.2 isn’t widely available to the public, as it’s restricted to developers, the firmware may very well be followed-up by a subsequent iOS 8 release later this week, possibly the public version of iOS 8.1.3, the plausible jailbreak-patching firmware. For complete details on iOS 8.2 beta 4 and iOS 8.1.3, including the possibility of a new jailbreak for either 8.1.3 or 8.2, continue reading past the break!

How To Get Paid Apps For Free iOS 8.1.2 Without Jailbreak iOS 8 - Free App Life

How to Get Paid iOS 8 Apps for Free Without iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak, Free App Life - Today, ensuing our recent coverage on the all-new Untethered iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak utility, the staff of Evasi0n Jailbreak opted to bring our readers a bit of diversity with today’s article. Amidst the whirlwind of iOS software releases, including 8.1.1, 8.1.2 and 8.2 beta 2, and corresponding jailbreaks for said releases (both Pangu8 and TaiG exist to jailbreak iOS 8 through 8.1.2, the latest public firmware), we’ve decided to cover a topic that’s highly requested by readers: free paid App Store apps! We’ll delve into the easiest way to obtain free paid apps on iOS 8 and 8.1.2 from the App Store with, or without, a jailbreak on any firmware. While we’re completely and utterly against App Store piracy and “cracked apps,” there are several services available that not only provide legal channels for obtaining paid iOS 8.1.2 apps for free, but also simultaneously support the developers of said apps by legitimately purchasing redeemable codes from iTunes. While we’ve written a total of four articles on the service we’re about to highlight in the past, Free App Life (or FAL for short, as it’s referred to by its creators and users) has matured and evolved into a free paid apps service we’re even more excited to cover. When utilizing the steps explicitly outlined in this tutorial, you’ll be able to get paid apps for free, not to mention gift cards and bigger electronic prizes - all you need is an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 7, iOS 8 or 8.1.2, and it doesn’t even need to be jailbroken with TaiG or Pangu! For your complete step-by-step guide on how to earn paid iOS 8 apps for free, continue reading past the break.

TaiG Releases 8.1.1 Jailbreak, New Jailbreak 8.1.1 Tutorial For All Devices!

TaiG Issues 8.1.1 Jailbreak, It’s Now Possible to Jailbreak 8.1.1 Untethered: Tutorial for All Devices - Well, this is a first. Earlier this morning, an all-new jailbreak 8.1.1 solution was released by the TaiG team (the same group of developers that initially, and briefly, funded the evad3rs last year when creating evasi0n7, before said funding was pulled due to community uproar). The brand new tool from TaiG, dubbed TaiGJBreak for iOS 8 is capable of delivering a seemingly bug-free Untethered jailbreak for 8.1.1 and all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. Although it’s interesting, and rather odd, that TaiG opted to release a utility while Apple was still signing 8.1, allowing iDevice owners to easily downgrade from 8.1.1 with intent to execute a jailbreak on 8.1, this is an absolutely incredible time for jailbreakers the world over. In what looks like a heated rivalry between TaiG and Pangu, two Chinese groups both funded by third-party companies with other monetary interests in jailbreaking (specifically non-App Store app distribution in China), it seems as though we’ll start seeing new jailbreak tools in rapid fire succession as the teams race against one another. Like Pangu 1.1.1 for iOS 8 through 8.1, TaiG comes bundled with Cydia (the graphical user interface we’ve all come to know and love over the years for distributing third-party tweaks and modifications). Jailbreaking on 8.1.1 with either the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, the latest iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, the original iPad Air and iPad mini, iPad 4, iPad 2 or the 5th generation iPod touch is surprisingly fast and stable. Continue reading past the quick break for complete and thorough instructions on how to jailbreak the aforementioned iDevices running 8.1 fully UnTethered!

How To Jailbreak 8.1.1 Untethered TaiG On iPhone 6 Plus, 6, 5S, 4S, iPod 5 And All iPads

Jailbreak 8.1.1 TaiG
As stated above, this guide will assist you in the (basically) one-click jailbreak iOS 8.x and 8.1.1 process, which also installs Cydia and allows for easy tweak acquisition.

The all-new TaiG 8.1.1 jailbreak utility supports a wide array of devices: every iPhone, iPod and iPad model that’s cable of upgrading to iOS 8 through 8.1.1, including the following:

Downgrade 8.1.1 To 8.1 Guide - Downgrading To Jailbreak iOS 8.1

Downgrade from iOS 8.1.1 to 8.1 Tutorial, Downgrading to Jailbreak 8.1 Untethered via Pangu - Following the enormous blow to the jailbreak community that was iOS 8.1.1, a number of our readers have inquired as to whether it’s possible to jailbreak 8.1.1 Untethered. Unfortunately, as we’ve detailed throughout several articles as of late, iOS 8.1.1 closes a number of vulnerabilities previously exploited by Pangu for iOS 8 to achieve an UnTethered jailbreak on 8.0 through 8.1. Therefore, it’s no longer possible to jailbreak any device, whether it’s a newer iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPad mini 3, iPad Air 2 or an older iPhone 4s or iPad 2, on iOS 8.1.1 - it’s impossible to jailbreak 8.1.1 employing the use of the current Pangu utility. At this point, you may be wondering if it’s possible to downgrade from 8.1.1 to 8.1 (the latest firmware supported by Pangu). Thankfully, the answer is an astounding “yes”! In spite of Apple’s recent efforts to close the untethered iOS 8 jailbreak, the company has yet to stop signing iOS 8.1. For those of you who wish to downgrade from iOS 8.1.1 to 8.1 in order to perform a jailbreak, continue reading past the break, and do so with haste, as this incredible opportunity won’t last!

Apple Releases 8.1.1, Is It Possible To Jailbreak 8.1.1 Pangu, Should I Update?

Apple Releases 8.1.1, Is it Possible to Jailbreak 8.1.1 and Should I Update? - Today, after only one developer beta release, Apple issued iOS 8.1.1 (the first incremental 8.1.x update) to the general public. In what’s undeniably a harsh and rather unfortunate blow to the jailbreak community, Apple has released the company’s latest jailbreak-patching firmware - we’ll elaborate on that shortly. In addition to being available via Apple’s iOS over-the-air (commonly referred to as OTA) update ability, 8.1.1 can be downloaded, and installed, directly through iTunes. However, this is absolutely crucial: current iOS 8 through 8.1 jailbreak users should avoid the latest firmware at all costs! Being the first minor release since the company issued 8.1, it was originally thought that Apple may leave the jailbreak unpatched until a more substantial update was released, possibly 8.2. Unfortunately though, unlike the corresponding iOS 7.1.x original Pangu jailbreak utility, which went unpatched from 7.1.1 until iOS 8’s release months later, iOS 8.1.1 patches the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 8. Now, with iOS 8.1.1 being the latest public firmware, at least one of the major vulnerabilities Pangu utilized, and exploited (namely the iAdm1n exploit), is now officially closed by Apple, making it impossible for any device to jailbreak 8.1.1 when utilizing the latest Pangu jailbreak utility. Continue reading past the break for more information concerning Pangu and how 8.1.1 affects the jailbreak.

New 5.5-Inch iPhone 6 Leaked Housing Images - Evasi0n Jailbreak Exclusive

New 5.5-Inch Back Housing Leaked, iPhone 6 5.5-inch versus 4.7-inch - Currently, in addition to the all-new jailbreak iOS 8.3 update for all iOS-based devices, the most intriguing information for Apple enthusiasts is undeniably that surrounding Apple’s forthcoming major iPhone 6 release. The device itself, similar to the iPhone 5s and 5c, is expected to be announced and released next month during an exclusive media event, which is rumored to take place on September 9th. For those of you who haven’t kept up with the latest rumors, the iPhone 6, which will be Apple’s eighth iPhone generation (ninth if you include the iPhone 5c), is all but confirmed to feature a radical design shift, a larger display and other internal upgrades and improvements. Today, ensuing our previous exclusive coverage on a leaked 4.7-inch iPhone 6 back housing, in collaboration with YouTuber iCrackUriDevice and BestTechInfo, we’re excited to bring you the first comparison between the aforementioned component and the corresponding housing for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 variant.

Jailbreak 7.1.1 Situation, iOS 8 And iPhone 5s Future UnTethered Utility

iOS Jailbreak 7.1.1 Details and Future UnTethered iOS 8 iPhone 5S Utility

Evasion Jailbreak iOS 7.1.1

It’s safe to say that jailbreaking, especially in relation to iOS 7.1.1 and its jailbreak status, is the focal point of Jailbreak Evasion Info. Without jailbreaking, it’s a certainty that entire iOS community as a whole wouldn’t be as strong as it is today. However, for the majority of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners “jailbreaking” is easier said than done - when Apple released iOS 7.1, and the even newer iOS 7.1.1, the company effectively patched the evasion jailbreak, which functions on all devices running iOS 7.0 through 7.0.6. Therefore, it’s not possible to jailbreak 7.1.1 fully UnTethered on any device - the sole iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak utility in existence exclusively supports the iPhone 4 due to its use of the old limera1n exploit from 2010. Thankfully though, the jailbreak community now has something to look forward to that’s more tangible than i0n1c’s continual iOS 7.1.1 jailbreak teases: the promise of a new untethered jailbreak past 7.1.1.

Pin It on Pinterest