With iOS 8.1.1, Apple patched the exploit utilized by Pangu jailbreak. However, if you’re running the latest iOS 8.1.1 on your device and want to jailbreak it, you’re in luck as the team at TaiG have released the latest tool which can handle this task. MuscleNerd of Team Evaders also confirmed via Twitter that it’s legitimate.
The TaiG jailbreak tool can be used to jailbreak iOS 8, 8.1, 8.1.1 and iOS 8.2 beta running on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5,iPhone 4s, iPad (2, 3, 4, Air, Air 2, mini 1, mini 2, mini 3) and iPod touch 5. The TaiG jailbreak tool is currently available for Windows only, and there’s no word about when it will launch for Mac.
Using the tool is simple, just download the tool and connect your device. The folks at RedmondPie have managed to write a detailed guide to help those looking for a simple way to jailbreak their iOS device.
TaiG is a not a very old name in the jailbreak community so you’re advised to proceed with caution. Apple has released several new features with the latest iOS 8 operating system, offering more customization options such as support for third-party keyboards so give those tools a try. There’s no doubt jailbreaking offers wide range of customizations and apps, but you should know the drawbacks and risks associated with it. If you’re good with everything, head over to the RedmondPie link above to follow the detailed guide.