TaiG officially responded to iOS 8.2 jailbreak rumors

TaiG jailbreak team has released an announcement on Weibo in respond to the recent rumors on iOS 8.2 jailbreak on the day of MSS 2015 in Beijing.

Here’s the annoucement in Chinese:
(Direct link of this notice document on Sina Weibo)


Below is the translation in English, by hand, by sentence:

On 27th March, TaiG jailbreak team organized 2015 MSS in Beijing. The objective of this summit is to provide a platform for top global jailbreak developers to exchange openly in China. It is also of a good sake for future release of untethered jailbreak.

The development and release of the jailbreak tool are constrained by many factors. We hope to release it as soon as we can.

At this moment, there are some rumors that TaiG iOS 8.2 jailbreak has been released. Please do not believe. For related information, please stay closely with TaiG’s official channel.

Thanks every users and media who concern and support TaiG jailbreak. We can only work harder to move on.


I hope you find this information useful. Stay tuned for more future updates here.

P.S. Here is the screenshot from Weibo for your information and a proof for the above information.


Edit: Although there is no jailbreak yet, at least we know the TaiG team is working hard to release one as soon as it is available. We don’t know which iOS version it will be on, but it looks like many are expecting and speculating a release after the official iOS 8.3 firmware drops. That’s reasonable and we all look forward to it, if it will. Stay tuned with my blog and I will definitely keep you posted on the latest update from the hacker team.

14 Comments Add yours

  1. abhishek says:

    when relise


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