TaiG Announced About The iOS 8.2 Jailbreak Progress

Let’s learn iOS 8.2 TaiG jailbreak progress and what we know for present time. TaiG iOS 8.2 jailbreak was rumored to be launched at the Mobile Security Summit event on March 27th. But all iOS 8.2 devices users that fervently waited for a jailbreak were disappointed as that hasn’t happened. TaiG has made an announcement on its current progress. Let’s discuss what they said.

TaiG team objected to all rumors about the they having already released an iOS 8.2 jailbreak tool, as the team is yet to launch it. They claimed that users should not trust any information that is outlined outside the TaiG Jailbreak Team official news channel.

Some members of jailbreaking community suggested that Apple patching up exploits in the iOS 8.1.3 and 8.2 updates, made these releases pretty tough. As it will be almost impossible to crack using the existing vulnerabilities that TaiG had been using in its jailbreaks up till iOS 8.1.2.

It is really so. These updates brought many bug fixes and Apple publicly mentioned that it had patched exploits in iOS 8.1.3 and 8.2 that were needed by the Pangu8, TaiG and PP jailbreaks to develop jailbreak. Also the Mac even patched some vulnerabilities discovered by Stefan Esser known as i0n1c.

Many jailbreak developers warned users to avoid updating their Apple mobile devices to iOS 8.1.3 or 8.2 with the aim to keep their jailbreak. Although there are a lot of users caught up with latest updates thinking that jailbreak solution will be released now.

MSS 2015 in Beijing that took place on Friday didn’t bring any jailbreak for iOS 8.2. But the TaiG team issued a statement saying that the purpose of this summit was to create world top jailbreak developer platform for open communication.

The progress of iOS 8.2 TaiG jailbreak stayed at the motionless position, as the team added that they wanted to release the jailbreak of iOS 8.2 as soon as possible. And its launch at MSS event was restricted to several factors.

With iOS 8.3 update expected to be released next month ahead of Apple Watch launch, it seems that we won’t have a new jailbreak release until iOS 8.3.