iOS 8.3 untethered jailbreak for iPhone and iPad released
Jailbreaking is not be as popular as it once was, and that’s mainly because iOS has kept maturing, and in the processs, providing users with most of the features they would jailbreak their phones for. That said, there is still a community focused on making this a thing, and if you’re still interested in some hacking fun, a new update has just arrived.
TaIG has just released an untethered jailbreak for iOS 8.3 on both the iPhone and iPad, so long as your device is compatible with this version of the operating system. The service only works for Windows computers at the moment though, with no timing provided for those using a Mac at the moment. Another caveat to the service is that Cydia is still not compatible with iOS 8.3, meaning you will have to wait for Saurik to launch an update in order to truly take advantage of the whole purpose of jailbreaking.
iOS 8.4 is just around the corner with a new version of Apple Music in tow. If you truly must jailbreak than now is the time, but we will keep an eye on this feature reaching the next version of the OS, as you’ll remember that the beta was already hacked in April.