I trust TAIG way more than I do PP, who was accused of stealing the code from TAIG. You can now download TAIG 2.2.0 which supports iOS 8.4. Enjoy!
It appears that they have not updated their website as of yet but they do have the link to download TAIG 2.2.0 available here: http://www.taig.com/installer/en/TaiGJBreak_EN_2200.zip
You may still want to hold off for a day or so if you can so that they can work out any bugs if there are any. Don’t be afraid to jailbreak using the TAIG tool though. If there are any bugs you will be able to quickly update via Cydia.read more
It appears a Chinese company called PP has stolen code from TAIG and has released a working version that supports jailbreaking iOS 8.4. Please note that this has been tested as working by users but we are still unsure how stable it is. If you have to be jailbroken this instant feel free to give it a go. I am thinking that I am going to wait a few days to make sure there is no malicious code involved. For more information check out the PP website. http://pro.25pp.com/ppghostread more
Apple has just pushed out the latest version of iOS 8 with version 8.4 just days after the Taig Jailbreak Team released a jailbreak for iOS 8.3. Currently we do not know for sure if iOS 8.4 is jailbreakable with the latest TAIG Jailbreak. By the end of the day we should have more news from the jailbreak team.
If you are currently jailbroken or would like to possibly jailbreak. Please stay away from this update until it has been proven safe to upgrade and a jailbreak is available.
iOS 8.4 introduces Apple Music – a revolutionary music service, 24/7 global radio, and a way for fans to connect with their gavorite artists – all included in the redesigned Music app. iOS 8.4 also includes improvements for iBooks and other bug fixes.
Here are the official download links for iOS 8.4 and if you are looking for old iOS download links you can find them here: http://leimobile.com/firmware-downloads/
- iOS 8.4 (Build 12H143) for:
- iPad 2 (Wi-Fi) (iPad2,1) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25993-20150630-7A55FEF8-1B90-11E5-8730-A263BE268FF7/iPad2,1_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad 2 (GSM) (iPad2,2) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26007-20150630-7A543168-1B90-11E5-A347-A363BE268FF7/iPad2,2_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad 2 (CDMA) (iPad2,3) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26004-20150630-7A53DB46-1B90-11E5-B2D1-A563BE268FF7/iPad2,3_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad 2 (Wi-Fi, 2012) (iPad2,4) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26042-20150630-7A5397EE-1B90-11E5-9861-A063BE268FF7/iPad2,4_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad mini (Wi-Fi) (iPad2,5) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25998-20150630-A3EF3634-1B91-11E5-A8D4-6C66BE268FF7/iPad2,5_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad mini (GSM) (iPad2,6) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26002-20150630-B0198F36-1B91-11E5-8B4C-BB66BE268FF7/iPad2,6_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad mini (CDMA) (iPad2,7) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25928-20150630-B213DEFE-1B91-11E5-A4A0-F066BE268FF7/iPad2,7_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad 3 (Wi-Fi) (iPad3,1) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26027-20150630-7A5038A6-1B90-11E5-86F9-8463BE268FF7/iPad3,1_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad 3 (CDMA) (iPad3,2) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25924-20150630-7A51BF28-1B90-11E5-93C0-8863BE268FF7/iPad3,2_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad 3 (GSM) (iPad3,3) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26031-20150630-7A505700-1B90-11E5-9926-8563BE268FF7/iPad3,3_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad 4 (Wi-Fi) (iPad3,4) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25995-20150630-8D63B32C-1B91-11E5-950A-F565BE268FF7/iPad3,4_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad 4 (GSM) (iPad3,5) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25960-20150630-901CB104-1B91-11E5-964B-0D66BE268FF7/iPad3,5_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad 4 (CDMA) (iPad3,6) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26052-20150630-901399AC-1B91-11E5-8885-0E66BE268FF7/iPad3,6_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad Air (Wi-Fi) (iPad4,1) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26016-20150630-7A5155B0-1B90-11E5-AF66-8963BE268FF7/iPad4,1_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad Air (Cellular) (iPad4,2) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26032-20150630-7A533C40-1B90-11E5-B260-8B63BE268FF7/iPad4,2_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad Air (China) (iPad4,3) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25952-20150630-7A51E02A-1B90-11E5-B673-8D63BE268FF7/iPad4,3_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad mini 2 (Wi-Fi) (iPad4,4) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25942-20150630-7A51923C-1B90-11E5-882F-9663BE268FF7/iPad4,4_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad mini 2 (Cellular) (iPad4,5) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25992-20150630-7A529BFA-1B90-11E5-83C8-9963BE268FF7/iPad4,5_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad mini 2 (China) (iPad4,6) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25912-20150630-7A531206-1B90-11E5-A6CF-9D63BE268FF7/iPad4,6_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad mini 3 (Wi-Fi) (iPad4,7) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25979-20150630-7A51876A-1B90-11E5-9072-9363BE268FF7/iPad4,7_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad mini 3 (Cellular) (iPad4,8) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25938-20150630-7A5474CA-1B90-11E5-BF5E-9763BE268FF7/iPad4,8_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad mini 3 (China) (iPad4,9) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-25974-20150630-7A528282-1B90-11E5-8C0B-9B63BE268FF7/iPad4,9_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad Air 2 (Wi-Fi) (iPad5,3) http://appldnld.apple.com/ios8.4/ipsw/031-26037-20150630-7A515AC4-1B90-11E5-AA71-8F63BE268FF7/iPad5,3_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPad Air 2 (Cellular) (iPad5,4) iPad5,4_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPhone 4s (iPhone4,1) iPhone4,1_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPhone 5 (GSM) (iPhone5,1) iPhone5,1_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPhone 5 (CDMA) (iPhone5,2) iPhone5,2_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPhone 5c (GSM) (iPhone5,3) iPhone5,3_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPhone 5c (CDMA) (iPhone5,4) iPhone5,4_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPhone 5s (GSM) (iPhone6,1) iPhone6,1_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPhone 5s (CDMA) (iPhone6,2) iPhone6,2_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPhone 6 Plus (iPhone7,1) iPhone7,1_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPhone 6 (iPhone7,2) iPhone7,2_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
- iPod touch 5G (iPod5,1) iPod5,1_8.4_12H143_Restore.ipsw
TAIG has done it again. It looks as though the iPhone DEV Team is out and TAIG is the new group to be watching. Today they released a jailbreak for the latest iOS 8.3.
This comes as a huge surprise considering Apple is just finishing up beta testing on iOS 8.4 and starting to beta test iOS 9. I can only assume that Apple has changed something in the latest beta of iOS 8.4 that blocks this jailbreak or they are acting pretty ballsy and hoping that Apple doesn’t change anything in iOS 8.4.
Either way, if you are on an old version of iOS because you wanted to stay jailbroken, now is the time to update and jailbreak again. Basically any device that is capable of running iOS 8.3 can be jailbroken today. You can download the iOS 8.3 jailbreak by TAIG on their website: http://taig.com/
Some things to make sure you consider before jailbreaking:
- Cydia Substrate also know as mobile substrate is not currently working but @MuscleNerd has assured us that Saurik is working on it.
- Make sure to back up all of your data before jailbreaking incase something goes wrong.
- Turn off your passcode as well as Find My iPhone. You can also turn of WiFi to get better compatibility
- If you get a warning that Storage is almost full, Please open Cydia and that should fix the problem.
- If the jailbreak fails, turn off WiFi and try again. If all else fails use TaiG Pro to fully restore and try jailbreaking again.
Remember this is a full untethered jailbreak for iOS 8.3. Now is the time to update before Apple blocks it completely with iOS 8.4 and for sure in iOS 9.
What is Continuity? It is Apple’s protocol that allows you to take what you are doing from 1 device and continue on another. You could be composing a mail message on you mac and finish it on your iPhone. Another example is being able to take a cellular call from your iPhone and answer it from anywhere on your iPad, iPod Touch, or Mac.
This is very cool especially if you left your phone at home and you have your iPad with you, T-Mobile will let you answer that call as long as you have a Wifi or cellular connection. You can use Continuity to make and respond to text messages and iMessages as well. Currently iOS 9 is still in beta, but when it is available to the general public this will be a standard feature for everyone on T-Mobile.