When Apple announced iOS 8 a few months ago, one of the first questions on everyone's lips was which older devices the new software would support. As it turned out, the iPhone 4s and iPad 2 along with the iPad mini are the oldest machines to be able to be updated to iOS 8. Owners of those devices rejoiced.
iOS 7.1.2 download links are now live for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, fixing a bug pertaining to the encryption of email attachments and iMessage delivery. Additionally, a further lock screen-related bug has also been dealt with, and so if you’re running iOS 7.1.1 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, it is highly recommended that you download the update right away.
For a lot of jailbreak fans out there, one of the most important aspects attached to liberating a device is the ability to efficiently access the internal file system. This access could be required for a number of reasons which are beyond the scope of this article, but suffice to say it's undoubtedly an important part of jailbreaking.
We have tested and can confirm that Pangu jailbreak works on iOS 7.1.2 on all the devices, including the likes of iPhone 5s, iPad Air and Retina iPad mini.
With so much iOS 8 excitement and noise in the way, we tend to forget at times that iOS 7 still exists for devices in our pockets. And today we’ve learned that iOS 7 is due for an incremental update, in the form of 7.1.2, which should drop in a mere few days, according to a new report that has just surfaced.