Big news on the jailbreaking front, as Apple has stopped signing iOS 8.4 firmware. This means updating (or downgrading) to iOS 8.4 is no longer possible. Jailbroken users on earlier firmware versions are stuck at the moment, as updating to iOS 8.4.1 results in a stock device with no public option to jailbreak. Those running iOS 8.4 can still jailbreak at any time using TaiG 2.
Getting the scoop on which Cydia tweaks and themes are worth installing can be tough. Cydia Ratings seeks to change this, by adding a user rating system inspired by the App Store to Cydia. The more people install and use Cydia Ratings the more reviews will be available to help Cydia users separate the wheat from the chaff. Not only can reviewers leave a 1-5 star review, but text comments are also supported.
Updating or restoring a jailbroken iPhone to iOS 8.4.1 will return the device to stock functionality. In other words, do not update to iOS 8.4.1 if you want to keep your jailbreak. iOS 8.4.1 cannot be jailbroken by TaiG 2.
There is no jailbreak solution for iOS 8.4.1. This update closed several vulnerabilities, rendering TaiG 2 useless for jailbreaking.
It remains to be seen if iOS 8.4.1 will ever be jailbroken. It's more likely that developers and jailbreak teams around the world will focus on the upcoming release of iOS 9.
The last chance to jailbreak iOS 8.4 with Apple Music is here. It could be only a matter of hours or days until Apple stops signing the iOS 8.4 firmware, which will mean an end to iOS 8.4 updates. It's official: the replacement iOS 8.4.1 closes several security vulnerabilities, making a jailbreak with TaiG 2 impossible. Act now if you wish to jailbreak, and your device is not updated to iOS 8.4. Here are instructions on how to update to iOS 8.4 and jailbreak: