Here's how to downgrade iOS 10.3.3 to iOS 8.4.1 without SHSH blobs on iPhone 5 (and maybe some other devices) for performance and speed boost.
Looks like there might be a iOS 9.3.5 / 9.3.4 jailbreak coming soon for those who have devices still stuck on those older firmware versions. Here are the details.
OdysseusOTA 2.0 is out now. Lets you downgrade iOS 9 and iOS 9.0.2 to iOS 8.4.1 on select devices. Watch the video to see how it works.
After initially publishing a number of leading tweets relating to a possible iOS 8.4.1 jailbreak, Luca Todesco, a student from Italy, has now released the source code that provides a jailbreak solution for the last publicly available version of iOS 8. The release of the source code of the jailbreak, which has been given the name Yalu, looks likely to stick around for a while before an actual jailbreak tool is served up by Todesco for the less technically minded for jailbreaking devices on iOS 8.4.1.
Want to downgrade iOS 9 or 9.0.2 or 9.0.1 back to iOS 8.4.1? Here we walk you through easy steps on how to go about downgrading from iOS 9 / 9.0.2 / 9.0.1 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
If you're a jailbreak fan who gave up all hope of liberating your iOS device and decided to upgrade to iOS 9, then you may want to explore the possibilities of an immediate downgrade. Over the last few hours a number of rumors have started to circulate pertaining to the possible release of a fully-functional, untethered jailbreak solution for Apple's iOS 8.4.1 platform, which was the last public release of iOS 8.
iOS 9 vs iOS 8.4.1 on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s and more in a head-to-head speed test and performance comparison. The video explores a number of aspects of iOS, including storage, WiFi speeds, app launching times, cold boot times, and even the somewhat scientific Geekbench test.
While it's true that iOS 9 is soon to be the shipping version of iOS available for iPhones and iPads, iOS 8.4.1 is currently the latest version available for existing devices, and it's likely to stay that way for at least one more week. If you keep up with jailbreak news then you probably remember the Pangu jailbreak team announced last month that it had found a way to jailbreak iOS 8.4.1 and even demonstrated a jailbreak for it. That was as far as things went while the team waited to see what Apple did with iOS 9. Today, that changed.
Having battery life drainage issue on iOS 8.4.1? Here are some tips on how to fix this issue on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device.
That's it, folks. Apple has flipped the switch on signing window of iOS 8.4, which means you can no longer downgrade iOS 8.4.1 to iOS 8.4 or any other firmware version.