The updates to iOS 10 continue to flow out from Apple in a bid to keep the bugs to a minimum and ensure that the newest firmware keeps running at optimal performance. iOS 10.2.1 [ beta ] is the latest update to fix a number of niggling bugs that have affected some users and it can be downloaded now, using one of the three methods detailed below.
Image : iOS 10.2.1 Download Tutorial
Before You Update to iOS 10.2.1 :
Before you go ahead and hit the update button, go through this list to make sure your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch is ready for the new iOS version:
- Make sure that you are running the latest version of iTunes , launch iTunes and click on Help > Check for Updates If a new version is found, you can follow the on-screen instructions to update to it
2. Next, connect your device to your computer and backup the data through iTunes and through iCloud
3. Disable the following features , all can be enabled again after you have updated . Passcode, Touch ID and Find my iPhone or iPad
Download iOS 10.2.1 :
There are three methods to update your device to iOS 10.2.1. If you intend to jailbreak in the future, should a jailbreak become available, use one of the iTunes methods:
Method 1 : OTA [ Over the Air ]
- Open Settings on your device
- Tap General > Software Update
3. Wait for the update to be located and then tap on Update and Install
- Wait for iOS 10.2.1 to be installed
Method 2 : iTunes
- Plug your iOS device into your computer or Mac
- Open iTunes and, if you have more than one device registered, click the device summary for the one connected
- Click Check for Update
- On the popup message, click on Download and Update
- iTunes will now update your device to iOS 10.2.1 and, when completed, your device will reboot to the Hello screen
Method 3 : iTunes with IPSW
- Download the iOS 10.2.1 IPSW that corresponds to your iOS device [ beta links below ]
- Plug your device into your PC or Mac and open iTunes
- Press the ALT [ Mac ] or SHIFT [ Windows ] key on your keyboard and click Restore in iTunes at the same time
4. Find the IPSW you downloaded and click to select it
- Follow the instructions on the screen and click on Install
- iTunes will download iOS 10.2.1 and your device will reboot to the Hello screen hen complete
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Now it’s finally official: the jailbreak of iOS 9.2 is not only possible, but is already run by the hacker Italian Luca Tedesco (@qwertyoruiop) who posted on Twitter, a screenshot of Cydia running on iOS 9.2.1 beta.
Although the news is positive, in his tweet the hacker exposes express his will: this jailbreak is released to the public. However it is likely that the “father” of this jailbreak can decide to share his discovery with other hackers who will proceed to the release of a user friendly tool, something which has already happened in the past with the jailbreak of iOS 9.1.
Although iOS 9.2.1 has been released, it must be remembered that this firmware is currently in beta (Apple has just posted the beta 2) and then if we have a jailbreak for iOS 9.2 and iOS 9.2.1, this will not be available until public release of iOS 9.2.1 which should still be fast enough.
We keep saying stay tuned on our pages to find out first the news and developments related to jailbreak iOS 9.2 / 9.2.1 without trying so desperately information on the network, otherwise end up on websites that spread fake jailbreak, often for a fee (but not operational) or software that contain malware, not counting the huge waste of time to reach “concrete” results that are not actually real.
As you can see in this case, every update on the Jailbreak of iOS 9.2 / 9.2.1 will be shown on our pages, subject to verification of authenticity of the news, then do not worry, stay tuned and find out first when it will be available next Jailbreak and how to run it on your devices!
Pangu 9 is currently available for Windows only. No word on when Mac OS X version will be released. Here’s what it looks like:
You can download Pangu 9 for Windows from here. [Fast mirror link]
Get iOS 9.0.2 from here:
COMPATIBLE DEVICES WITH JAILBREAK IOS 9:
iPhone 6s Plus iPhone 6s iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 6 iPhone 5S iPhone 5C iPhone 5 iPhone 4S iPad Air 2 iPad Air iPad 4 iPad 3 iPad 2 iPas Mini 4 iPad Mini 3 iPad Mini 2 iPad Mini iPod Touch 5G iPod Touch 6G
Note: The tool is still currently available for Windows users only and supports iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, 5s, 5c, 5, 4s, iPad Air 2/1, iPad 4/3/2, iPad mini 3/2/1, iPod touch 5 running iOS 8.4 all the way down to iOS 8.1.3.
Also before you begin, you must make a complete backup of your data either using iTunes or to iCloud.
Ready? Lets do this!
Step 1: Download the new TaiG jailbreak tool from here: Download TaiG 2.4.3 iOS 8.4 Jailbreak For Windows
Step 2: Restore to iOS 8.4 from scratch on your device using iTunes. This is important as OTA updates tend not to play nicely with modern jailbreaks like TaiG. You can download iOS 8.4 for your device from here: Download iOS 8.4 Final IPSW Links For iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch.
Step 3: Disable Find My iPhone on your iOS device. Navigate to Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone and turn off the ‘Find My iPhone’ toggle. You’ll be required to enter your Apple ID password to confirm.
You can achieve this by going to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode and then tapping on the ‘Turn Passcode Off’ option.
Step 5: Connect your iPhone or iPad to your PC and launch the TaiG jailbreak tool you downloaded in step 1.
Step 6: The tool will now identify your device. Once it’s done, simply click on the ‘Start’ button to kick off the jailbreak process. Make sure you uncheck the ‘3K Assistant’ box before you begin.
Step 7: After a few minutes your iOS device will reboot and you’ll see the Cydia icon on your home screen, confirming that the jailbreak process went smoothly.
News in sight for iPhone 5, 4S and 5S, since the apple seems to have released to developers the iOS 8.3 beta 4 (build 12F61), a clear sign that the work is proceeding sixth stop, at a tight pace.
Despite Apple’s move to make public beta of iOS 8.3, many users have not yet received the invitation for the test and are still only on the dedicated website page destined to test OS X 10.10.3.
Precisely for this reason we decided to create an article with the download link of this fourth beta of iOS 8.3.
As always do not recommend novice users trying to install this beta, of course if you have the Jailbreak stay away because after update you can not go back and install iOS 8.1.2, latest firmware Jailbreakkabile.
Once you download the firmware, even if your device is not registered to any development program Apple, simply launch iTunes, click “Check for Update” by holding down the Shift key (Windows) and then select the .ipws downloaded.
Returning to the iOS 8.3 beta 4, of what news you will be made a carrier? Still too early to say. For now, the changes reported are reduced to the following: incoming messages from contacts in the address book are now branded as received from ‘unknown’ (the description of the first section was called ‘With the filter’). Unfortunately, it appears to have been suppressed, at least for the moment because it probably still too immature, support wireless CarPlay, as seems to have been removed from iCloud Photo Library description ‘beta’, first deleted and then restored in the previous beta.
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 5S A1457, A1518, A1528, A1530
- iPhone 5S A1453, A1533
- iPhone 5C A1456, A1532
- iPhone 5C A1507, A1516, A1526, A1529
- iPhone 5 A1429
- iPhone 5 A1428
- iPhone 4S (iPhone4,1)
- iPod Touch 5gen
- iPad 2 WiFi
- iPad 2 WiFi rev A
- iPad 2 GSM
- iPad 2 CDMA
- iPad 3 WiFi
- iPad 3 GSM
- iPad 3 CDMA
- iPad 4 WiFi (A1458)
- iPad 4 WiFi+GSM (A1459)
- iPad 4 CDMA + Global (A1460)
- iPad Air (A1474)
- iPad Air (A1475)
- iPad Air (A1476)
- iPad Air 2 (A1566)
- iPad Air 2 (A1567)
- iPad Mini WiFi (A1432)
- iPad Mini GSM (A1454)
- iPad Mini CDMA+GSM (A1455 MM)
- iPad Mini 2 (A1489)
- iPad Mini 2 (A1490)
- iPad Mini 2 (A1491)
- iPad Mini 3 (A1599)
- iPad Mini 3 (A1600)
- iPad Mini 3 (A1601)
I personally tried the beta of iPhone 6 Plus and I must say it is much better than iOS 8.2 under very viewpoints, primarily with regard to the stability and responsiveness of the system.
So if you are on iOS 8.2 update and you can only reap benefits.
iOS 8.1.3 / iOS 8.2 Pangu, TaiG and PP jailbreak exploits for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has been patched by Apple with the release of this new firmware today. More details can be found right here past the jump.
If you’ve been jailbreaking for a while now, you already know the drill, which involves completely swerving any new build of iOS until they’re deemed safe by an established, knowledgeable member of the jailbreaking fold. But for the benefit of those less familiar jailbreakers, you must not update to iOS 8.1.3 / iOS 8.2.
With the release of iOS 8.1.3 and iOS 8.2, Apple has patched most of the exploits that are needed to make the Pangu8, TaiG and PP jailbreaks do their magic trick. In short, if you’ve been looking forward to jailbreak then it’s highly advised that you do not go ahead with the iOS 8.1.3 or iOS 8.2 update at any cost.
If the above mentioned confirmation wasn’t enough already, MuscleNerd has also chimed in and has stated that users should stay clear of both 8.1.3 and 8.2 update. His tweets reads as follows:
iOS 8.1.3 Released – Is It Possible To, And Can I, Jailbreak 8.1.3 UnTethered?
New: In an even more recent development, Apple issues iOS 8.1.3 to the general public. Unfortunately, the new firmware patches the primary kernel exploit utilized by TaiG, in addition to several others, rending the tool useless for devices running iOS 8.1.3.
TaiG version 1.2.0 is the latest Untethered jailbreak that remains unpatched, it supports the following iOS-based devices:
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 5s series: 5c, 5
- iPhone 4s
- iPad Air 2, 1, iPad Mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad Mini, iPad 4, 3
- iPod touch 5th generation
TaiG also supports the following firmwares:
- iOS 8.1.2
- iOS 8.1.1
- iOS 8.1
- iOS 8.0.x
In other words, as far as iOS 8.1.3 is concerned, the update is relatively small, carries a slightly revised build number over 8.1.2 and is intended to improve a number of smaller issues preset in 8.1.2 and earlier iterations of iOS 8.
Although 8.1.3 does provide a remedy for issues that have plagued devices running iOS 8, it’s recommended that all who are currently jailbroken on iOS 8 through 8.1.2 avoid the latest update.
While it’s going to sound redundant, we simply cannot stress how important it is for those of you who are currently jailbroken to avoid iOS 8.1.3, as neither TaiG, Pangu nor PP will function on the firmware as things currently stand. For details on how to maintain your device’s current jailbreak, we advise reading our recent article on the topic.
Apple has released iOS 8.1.3. I have so many bugs fixed, including one that allowed the jailbreak.
New release surprise OS for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Apple has made it available to the public iOS 8.1.3 without having delivered before a counterparty in Beta to developers. The software brings with it many other pleasant news, and more closes the mechanism that allowed the Jailbreak.
Among the new features of iOS 8.1.3 is the correction of a bug that could prevent -in some cases- to enter the password for iMessage and FaceTime, and another problem that led to the failure to display the results of Spotlight (remember? the buffer solution was the most incredible bug); is also improved the reliability of the multitasking gestures on iPad, but the most interesting aspect is probably that it is now required much less space on the device to perform the update.
The full change-list lists:
Reducing the amount of storage space required to perform a software update
Fixed an issue that prevented some users to enter the Apple ID password for Messages and FaceTime
Resolution of a problem because of which interrupted Spotlight displaying results for app
Fixed an issue that prevented the multitasking gestures to run on iPad
Adding new configuration options for standardized tests of learning
The other implication that will not appeal to some readers is that iOS 8.1.3 prevents operation of Taig, the app we used to jailbreak iOS up to 8.1.2. Apple says the same in a support document that mentions the Taig Jailbreak Team.
If you are interested in the jailbreak, then, is not updated to iOS 8.1.3.
While it is true that many unsubsidized iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices bought in the U.S. have actually been sold unlocked, Apple has never marketed either model as such. With that in mind it should perhaps come as no surprise to learn that the pricing for the new, branded as unlocked handsets will be exactly the same as the current unsubsidized models – that means that the iPhone 6 will set punters back $649, $749 or $849 with the iPhone 6 Plus will demand a price of $749, $849 or $949 depending on the capacity chosen. As you might expect, 16GB, 64GB and 128GB flavors of both new iPhones are available.
As with any other unlocked smartphone, Apple’s two latest iPhones will ship with no contract and no SIM card included in the box, with customers instead free to tie themselves to whichever carrier they choose. This method of buying smartphones may require a much larger initial outlay when compared to traditional two-year plan pricing, but the total outlay after that two-year contract has come to an end is often cheaper by going the unlocked route. You just need to have a few hundred dollars extra in your back pocket on day one.
It goes without saying, but a friendly reminder nonetheless – make sure you have a nano-SIM before you buy your new iPhone. Older, larger SIMs will not fit and nobody wants an iPhone that they can’t use because their particular brand of cardboard and metal is too large.
We’ll never really understand why it takes Apple so long to ship, or at least advertise unlocked handsets in the United States. In the UK for example, unlocked iPhones are available on launch day.
TaiG iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak has been released. Here is a complete step by step guide on how you can jailbreak any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 8.1.2 using TaiG.
TaiG jailbreak for iOS 8.1.2 supports:
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 5s, 5c
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 4s
- iPad Air 2, iPad Air 1, iPad mini 3, 2, 1, iPad 4, 3, 2
- iPod touch 5
Before we begin:
- Backup your device using iTunes or iCloud.
- Restore to iOS 8.1.2 using iTunes even if you are already updated to iOS 8.1.2 via OTA.
- Turn off Lock Screen passcode and Touch ID. Settings > General > Touch ID & Passcode >Turn Passcode Off.
- Turn off Find My iPhone as well. Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone.
Here’s how to jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 on Windows:
Step 1: First up, download TaiG v1.2.0 or over for Windows.
Step 2: Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to your computer via USB.
Step 3: Start TaiG. Uncheck the 3K Assitant option and hit the green Start button.
Step 4: TaiG will now begin to jailbreak your device. During the jailbreak process, do not disconnect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Once it is complete, your device will restart and you will have latest version of Cydia installed on the main home screen.
TaiG iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak is out already. Here in this tutorial we will help you jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 untethered on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
Turn off any lock screen passcode or Touch ID. You can do this by navigating to: Settings > General > Touch ID & Passcode > turn off Simple Passcode.
Turn off Find My iPhone by navigating to: Settings > iCloud > Find my iPhone.
Restore to iOS 8.1.1 via iTunes. OTA updates usually don’t work well with jailbreaks. You can download iOS 8.1.1 from here.
Backup your device using iCloud or iTunes.
iPhone 6 Plus
iPad (2, 3, 4, Air, Air 2, mini 1, mini 2, mini 3)
iPod touch 5
How to jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 on Windows:
Step 1: Download TaiG jailbreak for Windows from here.
Step 2: Connect your iOS device via USB, and run TaiG.
Step 3: Uncheck the second option below Cydia to prevent installing TaiG app store.
Step 4: Now click on the big green button in the center to start Jailbreak.
Step 5: TaiG will now jailbreak your iOS device. Do not disconnect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch during the jailbreak process. Once the jailbreak process is complete, your iOS device will reboot and you will have Cydia installed on the home screen. It’s that simple!
How to Restore Your iPhone, iPad Without Losing Jailbreak
Compatible with all jailbroken iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and iPad mini models running iOS 5.0 through 8.1.
- 5-10 minutes of your time!
- OpenSSH installed on your device
- A computer running Windows or Linux
Important! Read this or you may regret it!
- SemiRestore supports Windows XP SP3 or higher.
- SemiRestore supports 32 & 64 Bit Linux (Ubuntu 14.04 or a higher equivilent distro).
- Windows users must have iTunes, and .NET 4.0 or higher installed.
- Linux users must have libimobiledevice, GTK 3, libusbmuxd-tools, and openssl installed (which should be by default).
- Linux users must read the README file
- There may be a better way to fix your current problem. For example, to fix “Safe Mode” issues, you can just uninstall Mobile Substrate from Cydia.
- Like any other restore, make sure you backup your data if you want it later.
- Avoid using your iOS device or anything related to iTunes or XCode during the Semi-Restore. Why not actually go outside?
- This process can not and does not repair broken system files! Avoid all Siri Ports, as they are not only illegal (except for Spire on 5.0.1) but they also create problems and may potentially break system files (even Spire can cause this).
- Your device will respring or reboot several times during the Semi-Restore. This is perfectly normal, so don’t panic.
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- Can I use this to go from firmware x to firmware y?No, this only allows you to go to a fresh version of your current firmware.
- Do I need SHSH blobs or APTickets for this semi-restore?No, since this is not a full restore and is at the userland level, this doesn’t require blobs.
- I have a question regarding the jailbreak process or jailbreaking in general.
New Download Pangu 8 for Mac 1.0.0 is released!
We have not tried the software but I think that everything is fine.
Pangu8 Mac 1.1.0
Mac Version Change log
1. First Mac version of Pangu8.
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