When Apple patched several vulnerabilities in iOS 8.4.1 software update thereby killing TaiG jailbreak, I thought it would take quite sometime for the jailbreak community to jailbreak iOS 8.4.1. I didn’t expect to hear about a jailbreak until iOS 9 was released next month.
iOS 8.4, iOS 8.4.1
Apple released iOS 8.4.1 yesterday, which includes several bug fixes and improvements for Apple Music.
Update: You can no longer downgrade from iOS 8.4.1 using the steps mentioned in this articles as Apple has stopped signing iOS 8.4 firmware file. So this method to downgrade to iOS 8.4.1 will no longer work.
Apple released iOS 8.4.1 earlier today which included several bug fixes and improvements for Apple Music. We’ve some bad news for jailbreakers as it looks like iOS 8.4.1 patches several vulnerabilities used by the TaiG team in their jailbreak tool.
Apple has just released iOS 8.4.1 (build number: 12H321) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Apple had seeded the first beta version of iOS 8.4.1 to developers on July 14th.
While iOS 9‘s beta is going strong, both publicly and for developers, another variant of the mobile platform is also currently in beta testing.
Apple this week updated its App Store support page for developers, and its latest figures show that 85 percent of devices are now running a version of iOS 8 — less than a year after it made its public debut. Just 13 percent are left on iOS 7, while only 2 percent are using earlier versions of the operating system.
Apple has just seeded the first beta of iOS 8.4.1 beta (build number: 12H304) to developers.
We still don’t know what’s new in iOS 8.4.1, but we expect it to include minor improvements and bug fixes.