When the TaiG group released jailbreak for iOS 8.3 recently, many, questioned what the wisdom was in launching a jailbreak so close to a major new release of iOS being made readily available.

With iOS 8.4 and Apple Music launch just around the corner, has TaiG revealed its hand too early by releasing a variation of a jailbreak that could be rendered obsolete when the current version of iOS ends up being readily available in a matter of hours from now?


While there’s no 100 % genuine confirmation yet of TaiG 2.x jailbreak working on iOS 8.4, there are some combined reports doing the rounds.

The first individual to report about TaiG dealing with iOS 8.4 beta 4 was @iOShXron Twitter. He declares that existing TaiG tool works just fine on the current beta of 8.4 as long as you make the complex hex edits needed for it to work. Somebody has reached specificing the entire procedure on how you can make TaiG deal with iOS 8.4 beta 4 as well as iOS 9 beta, although those who tried the treatment didn’t discover any success with it. And even if it works for genuine, there’s no method to know whether it will certainly continue to work on the final version of iOS 8.4.

There are also some who declare that at least one of the iOS 8.3 jailbreak ventures, which depends on a race condition in TaiG, has been patched in iOS 8.4 beta 4. If that holds true, then TaiG was absolutely best in getting the jailbreak out prior to Apple launched the final variation of iOS 8.4.

TaiG group is staying mum on the problem. They will most likely verify only after checking the last release of iOS 8.4.

Back in April, i0n1c was the very first to jailbreak iOS 8.4. He showed his jailbreak, likely utilizing different exploits than the ones utilized in TaiG for iOS 8.3, on an iPhone 6 running iOS 8.4 beta 1. However will he release his jailbreak in case TaiG’s ones are actually covered in 8.4? Most likely not.

It is obviously real that Apple will certainly be monitoring its big beta releases of iOS, when everything goes live, there is every possibility that Apple will certainly have filled whichever security hole the present public jailbreak tool TaiG 2.x is making use of.

Apple’s opportunities of getting a jailbreak patch into iOS 8.4 last release in a matter of days from TaiG’s release last week are still slim however, though it’s a fairly safe bet that it will do simply that in a future release of the software application. When a jailbreak is out in the wild, it is successfully burned, with Apple able to reverse engineer it and successfully obstruct whatever security breach made the jailbreak possible in the first place.

If there is one thing Apple wants to do, it’s stop jailbreak tools from working. It might be in the name of security, but that doesn’t stop it from being irritating to those who prefer to jailbreak their iPhones and iPads.

Cydia 8.3

We advise you to update to iOS 8.3 if you have not currently even if you don’t plan to jailbreak yet. If you appreciate jailbreaking, follow our guide right here to understand everything about iOS 8.3 jailbreak and the upcoming iOS 8.4 upgrade and how it may affect jailbreakers.

If you still need convincing on updating to iOS 8.3, our 7 factors on why you should upgrade to iOS 8.3 today must assist you make the right choice.

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