The iOS 8.3 is here and it can be installed on iPhone 4S, as the oldest model, on iPad Air and on the 5th Gen iPod Touch. According to the change log, this version has support of additional SIRI languages, it has many bug fixes and it’s more secure. Apple redesigned the emoji keyboard and added the Wireless CarPlay feature, so that the iPhone users can access their phones while driving, without taking them out of their pockets. Now, everybody is wondering when jailbreaking for this version will be possible.
Jailbreaking iOS 8.3 isn’t impossible, but MuscleNerd, a jailbreak expert, tweeted on April 8, that Apple fixed 39 security bugs (https://support.apple.com/kb/HT204661) and he recommended JBers to avoid it. The untethered TaiG and Pangu iOS 8.1.2 jailbreaks were patched by Apple with an iOS 8.1.3 official update and the users can’t downgrade to iOS 8.1.2 anymore.
Regarding the iOS 8.2 Jailbreak, the TaiG team announced that they are working on it, but they weren’t able to release it at the Mobile Security Summit in China, which took place on March 27, in Beijing. Also, the team wrote on their official blog that “The development and release of a jailbreak tool was restricted to several factors, however what TaiG jailbreak team wanted is to release the jailbreak of iOS 8.2 as soon as possible”.
We can assume that once the jailbreak for the iOS 8.2 will be released, TaiG will also add the latest iOS 8.3 version to their upcoming jailbreak tool. The team hasn’t mentioned anything about working to jailbreak this version, but they will probably release it later this year.
Until now, the Chinese developer group TaiG made a lot of Windows users, by offering them jailbreak tools for iOS 8.1.1, iOS 8.1.2, iOS 8.2 Beta 1 and Beta 2. The TaiG offered support for iTunes 12.1 and the latest edition of TaiG tool (V1.3.0) allows you to jailbreak your iOS 8.2 Beta 2 devices. The V1.2.21 can be used to jailbreak devices running on iOS8.0-iOS 8.12.