PhoenixNonce has been announced which lets 64-bit iOS 9.3.5 / iOS 9.3.4 users to restore to any firmware version that they have SHSH2 blobs saved for. Here are the details.
Here's why for a potential iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak you may want to save SHSH2 blobs while Apple is still signing the firmware.
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.
TinyUmbrella has been updated to support iOS 6.1.4 for iPhone 5. TinyUmbrella is a popular tool in the jailbreak community which is widely used to save SHSH blobs and APTickets for iOS firmwares Apple is still signing. Aside from supporting the very latest firmware, there's very little else to report from the latest version 6.14.00, and for interested parties, we've got the direct links right after the break.
We're currently experiencing that wonderful, rare period of time where all devices have been jailbroken on the latest firmware, but before you iOS users get too carried away, it's of paramount importance that you save your iOS 5.1.1 SHSH blobs now, before Apple ceases signing the firmware.
On the rare occasion that I go into Cydia these days, I very rarely check the top of the main page to see which SHSH that Saurik’s server has cached for me. At one point it was the first port of call and was almost second nature, having a quick glance to see if any new signatures had been saved on my behalf.
iH8sn0w has updated iFaith to version 1.4 which brings support for saving SHSH blobs of iOS 5.0.x firmware as long as you are currently running that firmware on your iOS device, even if Apple is not signing it.
These days, in order to downgrade an iOS device to a previous version of iOS, you need to have an old SHSH blob of that version, and the only way to do that is to back it up ahead of time, that is, when Apple is still signing the firmware. iSHSHit is a tool that backs up the firmware's blob for later use right on the device itself. The said app has now been updated to work with iOS 4.3.4 and 4.2.9 (for CDMA iPhones), which were both released to the public last week.
iSHSHit is a new Cydia app that is an alternative to Tiny Umbrella. It lets you save and backup SHSH blobs directly off your iOS device. It also has the original functionality of being able to send your saved SHSH blobs via email, which is a very handy feature. It also automatically uses the Cydia On-File service, meaning that your SHSH blobs will also be saved on the Cydia servers.
The iPhone developer and hacker behind Sn0wbreeze has confirmed that Cydia has started saving SHSH Blobs of iOS 4.2 betas for the next untethered jailbreak on the final version of iOS 4.2.