Publié le 28 Septembre 2014

Apple Releases 8.0.1, Is It Possible To Jailbreak 8.0.1 Untethered? Update Breaks Touch ID And Cell Service!

Apple Releases 8.0.1, Is it Possible to Jailbreak 8.0.1 Untethered? Update Breaks Touch ID And Cell Service – Today, exactly one week after releasing iOS 8 to the general public and, in turn, effectively patching the Pangu UnTethered jailbreak, Apple issued the company’s first iOS 8 update in the form of 8.0.1. In addition to being available for immediate download via iOS’ built-in over-the-air (commonly referred to as OTA) update ability, 8.0.1 can be downloaded via iTunes – however, whether your jailbroken or not, all users should avoid 8.0.1 for the time being. Interestingly enough, it appears as though the firmware not only breaks cellular connectivity for a number of iPhone owners, but also causes significant issues with Touch ID. Beyond the rather glaring usability issues though, 8.0.1’s predecessor, 8.0, patches the vulnerabilities exploited by Pangu, rendering the the UnTethered utility useless on the latest firmwares and making it impossible for the public to jailbreak 8.0.1 UnTethered on any device! For more on 8.0.1, as well as jailbreaking, continue reading past the break.

iOS 8.0.1 Released – Is It Possible To Jailbreak 8.0.1 UnTethered?

As far as iOS 8.0.1 is concerned, the update comes bearing a revised build number of 12A402 and was intended to improve a number of complicates that afflicted 8.0.

Among the number of bug corrections, 8.0.1 addresses an issue that causes apps to not interface with HealthKit and others that complicate third-party keyboards, the Photo Library, Reachability, videos playing via Safari and more.

All Users Should Avoid 8.0.1, Not Just Jailbreakers!

With that being said, in light of the aforementioned problems with 8.0.1, being the fact that it breaks cellular connectivity and Touch ID, all iDevice owners should steer clear of updating to 8.0.1 until Apple corrects said problems.

Also, for those of you who wish to maintain your devices’ jailbroken state(s), avoid updating to iOS 8 (including 8.0.1 and subsequent updates) at all costs, as Pangu and the evad3rs are still working diligently on the next UnTethered jailbreak.

In summary, it won’t be possible to jailbreak 8.0.1 Untethered for any device until a new tool is made available and all users should stay on 8.0 (provided the update to iOS 8 was made in the first place) – hopefully Apple will release 8.0.2 or correct another iteration of 8.0.1 in the hours or days to come.

iPhone 6 Plus Vs iPhone 6: In-Depth Review – Evasi0n Jailbreak

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Publié le 28 Septembre 2014

Biggest iOS 8 Jailbreak iPhone 6 Plus Update Yet, Utility In Sight?

Biggest iOS 8 Jailbreak 8.0 iPhone 6 Plus Update Yet, Utility in Sight – Last night, ensuing yesterday’s exciting iOS 8.0 jailbreak coverage, another substantial update unfolded. Previously, we mentioned that the two primary dev teams currently on the jailbreak scene, namely Pangu in the aforementioned coverage, are currently in the process of developing a new jailbreak tool for iOS 8 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Now, MuscleNerd of the evad3rs (the legendary group that brought us the first iOS 6 and iOS 7 UnTethered jailbreaks, dubbed evasi0n and evasi0n7 respectively) tweeted out a clue as to the team’s second informal iPhone 6 Plus iOS 8 jailbreak update. For more on the latest in the world of jailbreaking, continue reading past the break, as it’s a rather important and incredible jailbreak update!

Biggest iPhone 6 Plus Jailbreak iOS 8 Update Yet, Evasi0n8 In Sight?

In what’s undeniably been the most important iOS 8.0 jailbreak update yet, the famed hacker may have inferred that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus could be riddled with new bugs for potential use in the next iOS 8 evasi0n jailbreak.

In his tweet, MuscleNerd stated that the “i6 [iPhone 6 and 6 Plus] iBoot log (n56, compared to k93) hints at lots of new, perhaps buggy, code :)”.

While it may not sound like a substantial update to those unfamiliar with the incredible, tedious and mind boggling art that is jailbreak development, it’s extraordinary news!

In short, if there’s a lot of “buggy” code in iBoot for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, that means said code has the potential to be exploited and incorporated into the iOS 8 jailbreak along with other exploits.

The Evad3rs On iOS 8 UnTethered Jailbreak For iPhone 6 And All iDevices

Also, MuscleNerd’s latest tweet of interest seems to suggest that after obtaining at least two 128GB iPhone 6 Plus models (as stated by MuscleNerd himself), the ead3rs may very well have entered the vulnerability discovering, exploitation and testing phase of creating the next jailbreak for iOS 8.

Finally, as previously discussed on evasi0n jailbreak, considering the intense competition between Pangu, the evad3rs and other Chinese-based teams, who, like Pangu, will be funded to race for a release by a third-party Chinese company or companies with monetary interests in jailbreaking. We’ll almost certainly receive an iOS 8 jailbreak sooner than in years past.

iPhone 6 Plus And iPhone 6 Unboxing, Giveaway – Forthcoming Evasi0n Jailbreak iOS 8 Tool

On the topic of the new iPhone, if you’re interested in winning an iPhone 6, iCrackUriDevices iPhone 6 Plus Unboxing and Giveaway video provides a simple method for doing so – you can have multiple entries in minutes! The above video provides simple instructions for entering into the aforementioned giveaway.

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Publié le 28 Septembre 2014

New 8.0 iPhone 6 Plus Jailbreak iOS 8 Utility Update: There’s Progress!

New iOS 8 Jailbreak iPhone 6 Plus 8.0 And All iDevices Update, There’s Progress – Recently, both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, the latest and biggest refresh to Apple’s hardware lineup, pun intended, created quite a frenzy in the world of iOS and Apple enthusiasts. Stores quickly sold out of both iPhones, with the iPhone 6 Plus in critically low supply, the devices are receiving rave reviews and customers couldn’t be happier, but what about an iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 jailbreak for iOS 8? Thankfully, and interestingly enough, there’s been a rather substantial iOS 8 jailbreak 8.0 development since our recent coverage on the status of the next UnTethered jailbreak utility. Also, beyond the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, iOS 8’s adoption rate is purportedly up by approximately 30% of all iOS-based devices, confirming that a vast number of jailbreakers perviously jailbroken on iOS 7.1.2 are desperately seeking a new jailbreak for iOS 8.0. Additional information on the forthcoming iPhone 6 Plus jailbreak iOS 8 tool can be found after the break.

In an earlier article on the topic, we discussed how numerous jailbreak teams are racing to develop the next Untethered tool for iOS 8 and how said race will be a “blood bath,” according to famed hacker Stefan Esser. Better known throughout the jailbreak community as i0n1c, Stefan Esser was previously spot-on when suggesting that the next jailbreak (at the time evasi0n7 had been patched by 7.1 and Pangu wasn’t on anyone’s radar) would likely be born from the labor of a new Chinese-based team.

While the above information, that numerous groups are working tirelessly on the next UnTethered iOS 8 jailbreak, is undeniably exciting it’s nothing new for most who stay current on recent jailbreak developments.

iOS 8 Jailbreak iPhone 6 Plus 8.0 Status Update – It’s An Exciting Time!

Now, in a more recent, and certainly tantalizing update, ensuing iOS 8’s official public release on Wednesday, the Pangu Team confirmed that they’re currently hard at work on their version of an iOS 8 jailbreak. Again though, we’ve already confirmed that Pangu would set to work immediately following, if not prior to, iOS 8’s release.

Jailbreak iOS 8 Utility Being Developed By Multiple Teams

Furthermore, the evad3rs (the most prominent group on the jailbreak scene responsible for developing the first iOS 6 and iOS 7 UnTethered jailbreak) have also begun work on their next utility. In fact one of the more prominent members, MuscleNerd, purchased two 128GB iPhone 6 Plus models, undoubtedly for jailbreak development and testing purposes.

However, beyond the evad3rs and the substantially newer Pangu Team, other groups with Chinese origins are also in the process of creating a new tool to jailbreak iOS 8. As we’ve stated before on Evasi0n Jailbreak, it’s not a matter of whether an iOS 8 jailbreak will be released, but when such a utility will be released that will aid millions in experiencing the most iOS 8 has to offer.

iPhone 6 Plus Unboxing And Giveaway – Evasi0n Jailbreak iOS 8.0

iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus Unboxing and Giveaway video from iCrackUriDevice. From what we can tell, it’s extremely easy to enter into the popular YouTuber’s iPhone 6 giveaway!

With that being said, regardless of which team will eventually take home the glory associated with developing the first Untethered jailbreak for iOS 8, all of said teams will need an adequate testing and exploit discovery period with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the phones’ new A8 processor.

While today’s information is certainly exciting, keep you’re browsers locked to Evasi0n Jailbreak for complete coverage on the status of the 8.0 jailbreak.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our official Evasi0n iOS 8 Jailbreak iPhone 6 Plus news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be promptly alerted when we publish future articles pertaining to the next Untethered iOS 8 jailbreak.

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Publié le 20 Septembre 2014

Apple Releases iOS 8 – It’s Impossible To Jailbreak iOS 8.0 With Pangu

Apple Releases iOS 8.0, It’s Impossible to Jailbreak iOS 8 With Pangu Prior to iPhone 6 Plus Launch – Today, prior to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch, Apple released iOS 8 to the general public, effectively patching the longstanding UnTethered Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 utility. While we don’t recommend updating at this point, in addition to being available for immediate download via iOS’ built-in OTA (short for over-the-air) update ability, iOS 8 can also be downloaded via iTunes. Also, as previously alluded to, jailbroken users should avoid the massive update at all costs. As mentioned on Evasi0n Jailbreak earlier this week in a preceding article, Apple would, and now has, closed a number of the key vulnerabilities exploited in the Pangu jailbreak, rendering the utility useless on 8.0 and making it impossible for the public to jailbreak iOS 8 Untethered. However, with that said, it’s not all bad, iOS 8.0 will revolutionize the future of jailbreaking – continue past the break for additional details regarding the next iOS 8 jailbreak utility.


iOS 8 Jailbreak Update: What You Need To Know

As far as the updates in iOS 8, there are far too many to mention in a single sentence, but a fraction of the most prominent include actionable notifications, Continuity to assist in bridging the gap between iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite (once its released for Macs), custom keyboards, iCloud Drive, a new Health app and a plethora of incredible developer APIs to drastically improve apps.

In addition to all of the obvious improvements, iOS 8 will also revolutionize the face of jailbreaking, as it will allow future iOS 8 jailbreak tweaks to take advantage of the aforementioned APIs in ways that traditional iOS developers couldn’t fathom.

Jailbreak iOS 8 Update, Untethered Patch And iPhone 6 Plus Details

Unfortunately though, if you wish to maintain your device’s jailbroken state, avoid iOS 8 at all costs until the next UnTethered jailbreak utility is created and released to the public.


In summary, it isn’t possible to jailbreak iOS 8 Untethered with Pangu – for any device, especially the forthcoming iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.


With that said, at this point, you may be asking the following question: “is an iOS 8 jailbreak being developed?” – thankfully, the answer is an astounding “yes”. If you happened to miss our previous coverage on the topic, we strongly recommend that you revisit our post, as we not only discuss the possibility of a jailbreak for iOS 8.0, but also how, and why, said utility will be released sooner than in years past!


Additionally, if you own an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch that’s still on iOS 7.1 through 7.1.2, it remains possible to utilized Pangu to jailbreak your device, provided you avoid updating to iOS 8. To jailbreak 7.1.2, navigate to our in-depth Pangu UnTethered jailbreak tutorial.


For more on iOS 8, both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, in addition to the future of jailbreaking, keep your browsers locked to Evasi0n Jailbreak.


Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our official Evasi0n Jailbreak iOS 8 news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be instantly notified when we publish new articles concerning iOS 8 and the next Untethered jailbreak.

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Publié le 20 Septembre 2014

iOS 8 Jailbreak iPhone 6 Plus 8.0 Status Update – The Future Is Here!

iOS 8 Jailbreak iPhone 6 Plus 8.0 Status Update, The Future Is Here – Today is undoubtedly an exciting time in the world of Apple and jailbreaking! However, as the inevitable public release of iOS 8, and the subsequent iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch approaches danger lurks on the horizon. On one hand, the forthcoming iOS 8.0 update will patch the longstanding UnTethered Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 utility while on the other hand, the update will introduce a plethora of innovative and exciting features, including Continuity to bridge the gap between iOS and OS X, actionable notifications and a number of incredible Developer APIs, and will unquestionable shape the fate of future iOS 8 jailbreak tweaks and extension. The question we’ve received most often as of late is whether the developers on the jailbreak scene will create a new utility to jailbreak iOS 8 fully Untethered, as well as the iPhone 6 and the substantially larger iPhone 6 Plus. For more information on the future of iPhone 6 Plus iOS 8 jailbreaking, jump past the break!

iPhone 6 Plus Jailbreak iOS 8 – Move Over 7.1.2 Jailbreak, The Future Is Here

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Apple’s latest hardware announcements, being the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the Apple Watch, we strong advise visiting our recent coverage on the topic, which contains Apple’s official videos for each of the new devices.

With iOS 8 scheduled for mass release this Wednesday, September 17th, the sheer number of jailbreakers who will mistakenly update is nearly insurmountable, but as with every major release, it’s inevitable.

Jailbreak 7.1.2 Once Apple Issues iOS 8

Put simply, iOS 8.0 will patch Pangu, i.e. you will not be able to jailbreak iOS 8 on any device upon the firmware’s upcoming release.

That being said, a new utility will eventually come to fruition from one of the numerous jailbreak teams currently racing for a release.

Prior to Pangu for iOS 7.1 through 7.1.2, famed hacker Stefan Esser (commonly referred to by his online handle: i0n1c) suggested that the iOS 8 jailbreak would be a “blood bath,” with numerous teams, primarily new groups originating from China, competing against one another to be the first to successfully jailbreak the firmware. Of course, at the time, evasi0n7 for iOS 7 through 7.0.6 was patched and those on iOS 7.1 (or higher) couldn’t jailbreak. Lo and behold, following the hacker’s rather odd prediction, the all-new Chinese-based Pangu Team released the incredibly epic Pangu jailbreak for 7.1.x.

Will There Be An iOS 8 Jailbreak?

An iOS 8 jailbreak is coming, it’s not a matter of whether a tool will be released, but when such a utility will liberate millions, including those with the all-new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Previously, in releasing the first ever Untethered iOS 6 and iOS 7 jailbreaks, evasi0n and evasi0n7 respectively, the evad3rs were cautious in waiting for all new iOS-based devices to be released prior to pushing out the aforementioned utilities. They were smart in waiting, as it ensured that all iDevice owners could, if they so desired, enjoy the endless benefits of jailbreaking.

However, with the Pangu’s grand splash into the jailbreak scene, the Chinese team disrupted the evad3rs’ flow, burning through exploits that could have been saved for use in an iOS 8 jailbreak. Ultimately though, in retrospect, Pangu’s decision turned out to be the right move as the utility has gone unpatched.

Jailbreak iOS 8 Release Date Schedule

That being said, it’s possible that this year, for iOS 8, the jailbreak developers may not wait for new iPads to be issued before releasing the first iOS 8 jailbreak. That possibility is further solidified considering the fact that there are likely other currently unknown Chinese teams lurking behind their endless screens, waiting to take home the glory, and the small fortune, that goes along with said glory.

Although history may repeat itself, and we may have refreshed iPads before a new jailbreak, we’ll definitely have a utility faster than ever before.

Also, regardless of the teams’ ambition, drive and goals, they’ll definitely need to get their hands on the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to test, and in turn exploit, Apple’s all-new A8 processor.

How To Stay Jailbroken Once iOS 8 Is Out

For now, in spite of the next jailbreak’s development unavoidable period of production, if you wish to maintain your current device(s) jailbroken status, avoid iOS 8 at all costs.

If you wish to test the firmware, it’s currently possible to upgrade to iOS 8 GM (the final developer build intended for public release), downgrade back to, and re-jailbreak, iOS 7.1.2 using Pangu – our iOS 8 Gold Master install guide is available here. However, don’t wait too long, as Apple will stop signing 7.1.2 following iOS 8’s official release, making downgrading virtually impossible.

As for the next jailbreak, keep your browsers locked to Evasi0n Jailbreak for complete coverage on the tool’s development.

Thank you for reading and don’t forget to subscribe to our official Evasi0n iOS 8 Jailbreak iPhone 6 Plus news feed, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and add us on Google+ to be promptly alerted when we publish future articles regarding iOS 8, the new iPhone 6 models and upcoming iOS 8 jailbreak utilities.

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