While the world awaits iOS 9 and having just released iOS 8.4, Apple has today ceased signing iOS 8.3, meaning those with iPhones, iPads and iPod touches who want to revert to the second-to-newest version of iOS are now unable to.
Cydia 1.1.19 has just been released and with it brings a major change in the way it works. Starting from version 1.1.19, Cydia will now run as "mobile" instead of "root" which means that jailbreak tweaks that make use of Cydia Substrate to modify parts of iOS and apps can now do same to modify Cydia.
How to fix 'Apple driver hasn't been found' error when trying to jailbreak iOS 8.4/8.3 with TaiG on Windows. Includes download link for driver and instructions to install.
Here's what jailbreakers need to know about Apple's iOS 8.4 for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch scheduled for release on June 30th at 8AM Pacific Time.
Here's a step by step tutorial on how to jailbreak iOS 8.3, 8.2 and 8.1.3 using TaiG v2 on supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Here’s how to fix app icons disappearing bug after TaiG iOS 8.3 jailbreak on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch using this simple solution.
The much-awaited iOS 8.3 jailbreak is well and truly here. After a few updates and fixes by TaiG, the latest release is much more stable now than it was when initially released, with users the world over jailbreaking to see what the fuss is about, while others doing it because they know what the advantage is of having a liberated iPhone or iPad. Now the big question we're asking today is: did you jailbreak your iPhone or iPad on iOS 8.3 with TaiG?
Here's how to fix "sorry, this application cannot run under a virtual machine" TaiG error in Parallels when trying to jailbreak iOS 8.3.
This guide explains how to jailbreak iOS 8.3 using TaiG 2.1.2 with all fixes and Cydia Substrate support for both new jailbreak users, and existing ones who are already jailbroken using TaiG 2.0.