TaiG Speaks About Its iOS 8.2 Jailbreak Tool Release Rumors

There were predictions about iOS 8.2 jailbreak TaiG official release in the end of March. This group of hackers from China was believed to officially launch an untethered tool for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on the 2015 Mobile Security Summit which took place on March 27, and however this didn’t happen.

It has been already confirmed by Comex hacker who was speaking at this event that TaiG iOS 8.2 jailbreak wasn’t presented at the conference. Hackers from the TaiG team also reacted to the rumors that pointed to their new jailbreak program public release.

According to the team, the summit that was held in Beijing [China] had a purpose to create a platform for jailbreakers from all over the world to prepare for the future jailbreaks. The team really wanted to unveil the new tool as quickly as possible, but this hasn’t happened yet.

The team says that the creation / launch of a new iOS 8.2 jailbreak ‘was restricted to some factors’ and TaiG asks users to follow their official site as other channels might not be trusted. There is no official jailbreak program for iOS 8.2 firmware yet.

In other words, it is currently impossible to untether Apple’s operating system for iPhone and iPad version 8.2 but you can still save SHSH blobs for 8.2 firmware with TinyUmbrella. There is no information from TaiG group about their progress on this program development but users still wish them to present it very soon.