It shows up that today’s iOS 8.1.3 update repairs several of the ventures that were used for the iOS 8 TaiG jailbreak, which functioned up until iOS 8.1.2. The earlier Pangu jailbreak was disabled with the iOS 8.1.1 update that was released on November 17.
TaiG has not yet verified whether iOS 8.1.3 breaks its jailbreak tool, but reports on the MacRumors forums and on Twitter propose that is undoubtedly the case. Apple’s assistance document outlining the safety and security solutions in iOS 8.1.3 credit histories the TaiG jailbreak team for finding four now-patched vulnerabilities in the os.
At the existing time, Apple is still authorizing iOS 8.1.2 so it’s possible to downgrade from iOS 8.1.3 back to iOS 8.1.2 or upgrade to iOS 8.1.2 from an earlier version of iOS, yet that could possibly end at any time.
Launched this morning, iOS 8.1.3 includes a variety of pest fixes consisting of a repair for a hanging around Wi-Fi issue, and it also decreases the quantity of storage area called for to perform an iOS update.