Apple had just launched the iOS 8.3 and the firmware update came out with tons of security enhancements as well as patches. As such, jailbreak lovers should stay away from updating to iOS 8.3 as there is still no cracked version of the OS around.
Until a jailbreak for iOS 8.3 is created, iPhone jailbreak users should stick to iOS 8.2. For those already on the old iOS version and have yet to perform a jailbreak, we highly recommend doing so through TaiG.
The new entity in the jailbreak scene burst into fame when they developed a jailbreak for iOS 8.2 within hours after Apple launched the 8.2 update. Furthermore, TaiG created a very simple way to perform a jailbreak.
All iPhone users have to do is install Taig’s jailbreak tool on a Windows-operated PC. Once done, connect the iPhone to the PC but the device will have to be in Airplane Mode and all location services have to be switched off prior to the connection.
When connected, run TaiG and the Chinese-texted software will detect the iPhone automatically. Click on the bottom right button for next and there will be two options popping out. Uncheck the second option and click on the bottom right button again.
Doing so will proceed with the jailbreak installation and once the process is completed, disconnect the iPhone and the device will restart on its own. Once the iPhone is booted, users can see that their iPhone is now jailbroken.