How to Jailbreak 8.1 Untethered with Pangu for iOS 8 on iPhone 6 Plus 5S, 5C, 4S iPad Mini 3, Air 2, 4 and iPod Touch 5th generation – Wow – it’s actually here – today, Pangu released their all-new utility to jailbreak 8.1 fully UnTethered: Pangu for iOS 8.0 through 8.1.x! However, before you get too excited, there’s one catch, which is a rather significant one. As of now, the Pangu jailbreak for 8.1 doesn’t install Cydia, as Saurik (the creator of the aforementioned third-party graphical tweak distribution and acquisition interface) has yet to update Cydia Substrate for iOS 8. The way things currently stand, Pangu for iOS 8 is mostly intended for jailbreak developers to get a jump on creating iOS 8-compatible tweaks, as the utility enables full root access, and enables SSH, which is jailbreaking on a fundamental and rudimentary level. However, seeing as there’s no way to determine when the loopholes exploited by Pangu’s new utility will be patched by an updated 8.1.x firmware, those interested in jailbreaking should take advantage of the current opportunity to do so, as you’ll be able to install Cydia once Saurik successfully updates Cydia Substrate for iOS 8 through 8.1.x! For more on the exciting new Pangu jailbreak 8.1 utility, continue past the break.
Apple Releases 8.0.2, Is it Possible to Jailbreak 8.0.2 and Should I Update?
Today, ensuing the short-lived iOS 8.0.1 update, which was recalled shortly following its release, Apple issued 8.0.2 to the general public. Like its predecessor, 8.0.2 effectively patches the Pangu UnTethered Jailbreak – that’s not necessarily a bad thing and we’ll elaborate on the topic shortly. In addition to being available for download immediately via both iOS’ built-in OTA (short for over-the-air) ability, 8.0.2 can be downloaded through iTunes – however, current jailbreak users should certainly avoid the update. In what appears to be a hotfix of sorts, iOS 8.0.2 provides a remedy to the peculiar connectivity and Touch ID issues brought on by iOS 8.0.1. In addition to correcting the blatant usability issues in yesterday’s release, as with 8.0, the vulnerabilities exploited by Pangu to achieve an UnTethered jailbreak remain patched in 8.0.2, making it impossible for any device to jailbreak 8.0.2 UnTethered using the current utility. For more on 8.0.2, as well as the firmware’s jailbreak status, continue reading!
iOS 8.0.2 And Jailbreak Update Summary
To summarize, now that iOS 8.0.2 has been released, the major dev teams (being the evad3rs and Pangu) can go to work applying what they’ve discovered thus far to the new firmware – it’s the ideal time for them to perfect their tools, as they’re also able to fully test said tools on both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus with their all-new second-generation 64-bit A8 chip.
Having said that, for those of you who own an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad that’s running iOS 7.1 through 7.1.2, it’s still possible to take advantage of the incredible Pangu tool to jailbreak said device, provided you avoid updating to iOS 8.0.2. To jailbreak 7.1.2, we strongly recommend following our in-depth Pangu untethered jailbreak tutorial.
Apple Releases iOS 8.1 Beta 2, Evasi0n and/or Pangu 8.0.2 Jailbreak to Support, and Jailbreak, 8.1 – Earlier today, following Apple’s recent release of both iOS 8.1 beta 1 and iOS 8.0.2, the company has seeded the second beta iteration of 8.1 to those enrolled through Apple’s official iOS Developer program. The latest beta firmware, which is available to developers for immediate download via the company’s Developer Center, boasts a revised build number of 12B407. Interestingly, like its predecessor, 8.1 beta 2 offers less improvements over 8.0.2, further solidifying our initial analysis that there will likely be a number of subsequent beta versions prior to the final version intended for public release. In fact, 8.1 beta 2’s changelog carries little weight over that of its predecessor, suggesting the majority of said changes are likely bug fixes. Furthermore, the aforementioned point also seems to indicate that there likely aren’t any additional security fixes present in 8.1 beta 2, which in turn means that the forthcoming update likely won’t patch any of the iOS 8 vulnerabilities the evad3rs and/or Pangu have discovered thus far and plan to implement into their imminent UnTethered iOS 8 through 8.0.2 jailbreak, and likely 8.1, utilities. By way of explanation, any jailbreak tool released for iOS 8 will likely jailbreak 8.1 completely UnTethered, in addition to functioning on, supporting and jailbreaking.
Apple Releases 8.1 Beta 2: Can I Jailbreak 8.1 Or 8.0.2 UnTethered
As confirmed by way of iOS 8.1 beta 2’s release notes, the updated beta firmware mostly rectifies bugs related to HealthKit, iCoud, iCloud backups, iCloud Drive, third-party keyboards, Notification Center, the Phone app, Photos and Provisioning Profiles and WebKit for developers.
Having said that, although the latest build is significantly more stable than 8.1 beta 1 and offers additional features (namely SMS forwarding for Continuity with OS X Yosemite), the changelog for iOS 8.1 beta 2 still makes no mention of security fixes nor that of Apple Pay integration, suggesting the latter of the two may be reserved for the firmware’s public release.
Recently, ensuing the release of both iOS 8.0.2 and 8.1 beta 1 (to those enrolled in Apple’s official Developer Program), we’ve received a plethora of questions pertaining to the former of the two latest releases. Interestingly though, said questions aren’t regarding whether there’s a jailbreak iOS 8.0.2 utility currently available, but instead something else related to jailbreaking. Prior to delving into the previously alluded to question, it’s important to understand the background of both the latest 8.0.2 public release and the current Untethered jailbreak utility. The latter of the two aforementioned items was regrettably patched by Apple when the company issued iOS 8 to the public, meaning the Pangu UnTethered 7.1.2 utility cannot jailbreak 8.0.2 on any device, including the new iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 models – the tool will only ever function on 7.1 through 7.1.2, until the Pangu Team releases an updated iteration of Pangu. As for iOS 8.0.2, continue reading past the break for more on the firmware and the mostly commonly asked question we’ve received as of late pertaining to both 8.0.2 and the next jailbreak!
Muslims celebrated one of the most important festivals in the Islamic calendar this weekend.
One of two feast festivals, Eid al-Adha falls on the 10th day of the Islamic calendar’s last month, Dhu al-Hijjah.The three-day holiday commemorates the willingness of the Prophet Ibrahim or Abraham as he is known in the Bible to sacrifice his son in accordance with God’s will, though in the end God provides him a sheep to sacrifice instead.Muslims slaughter sheep, cattle and other livestock, and give part of the meat to the poor.The holiday also saw more than two million pilgrims take part in one of the final rites of the annual hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.Because Eid follows the Muslim lunar calendar that depends on sightings of the moon, some Muslims celebrated the first day of Eid on Sunday, including Iraqi Shiites and the majority of Indonesians in the world’s most populous Muslim nation of 240 million. Pakistan celebrates on Monday.
|Manufacturer||Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S.|
|Assembly||Molsheim, Alsace, France|
|Body and chassis|
|Layout||Longitudinal mid-engine, permanent all wheel drive|
|Engine||Standard (Coupe), Grand Sport (Roadster):
8.0 L (488 cu in) W16 quad-turbocharged 1,001 PS (736 kW; 987 bhp)
Super Sport (Coupe), Grand Sport Vitesse (Roadster):
1,200 PS (883 kW; 1,184 bhp)
|Transmission||7-speed DSG sequential|
|Wheelbase||2,710 mm (106.7 in)|
|Length||4,462 mm (175.7 in)|
|Width||1,998 mm (78.7 in)|
|Height||1,159 mm (45.6 in)|
|Kerb weight||1,888 kg (4,162 lb)|