It has been more than two weeks since Apple released iOS 9, which includes number of new features such as the ability to switch back to the previous app, Proactive Assistant, transit directions in Maps, enhanced multitasking features for the iPad, all-new News app, revamped Notes app and Low Power mode.
As expected, TaiG team has released TaiG 2.2.0 jailbreak to jailbreak iOS 8.4, which was just released by Apple few hours back.
The group of Chinese hackers behind PP Jailbreak tool have released a new version of their tool to jailbreak iOS 8.4.
Later this month, the Copyright Office will hold its triennial 1201 rulemaking hearings, and one of the topics on the agenda is jailbreaking smartphones and other gadgets. Cydia creator Jay Freeman will be there to fight for our right to jailbreak, but you can pledge your support by signing the petition put together by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Ever since Apple patched the vulnerabilities used by TaiG jailbreak in iOS 8.1.3, it hasn’t been possible to jailbreak iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.