TaiG jailbreak for iOS 8.1.2 is currently available for Windows only. But if you are a Mac OS X user, fear not as here we have detailed steps on how you can use TaiG for Windows on your Mac.
This process involves installing a free test version of Windows 10 in a virtual machine on a Mac, and then using TaiG for Windows in a virtualized environment to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 8.1.2.
To jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 on a Mac, just follow our simple, three-step guide below:
Step 1: Download and install Windows 10 Technical Preview on a virtual machine using Parallels Desktop. We have a detailed guide on this which you can follow right here:
Step 2: Now you will need TaiG jailbreak tool on your newly set up virtual machine environment. You can download it from here, and be sure you have iTunes installed, too.
Step 3: Just follow our easy to follow jailbreak guide and you’re done:
Wasn’t that simple? Indeed it was.
iOS 8.1.2 was released by Apple to squash a few bugs that were left lingering in previous iterations of Apple’s mobile operating system, and though the update brings nothing major to the table, it was feared that the company might’ve plugged all the exploits that allowed TaiG to work its magic on iOS 8.1.x. But, after the swift release of the TaiG tool for iOS 8.1.2, it was dead-on confirmed that Apple did not patch the jailbreak, at all.
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