Ever since the public release of iOS 8.2 we have been hearing reports about the release of its jailbreak. Out of all jailbreak teams who have released jailbreak tools for previous iOS versions including the likes of Evad3rs, Pangu and TaiG the last one seems to get all the attention. There were also rumors about TaiG iOS 8.2 jailbreak getting released during the Mobile Security Summit 2015 (MSS), which took place on March 27th in China. To counter the never ending speculations the TaiG jailbreak team has issued an official statement on its website in order to clear the situation.
In the statement the Chinese jailbreak team notes that it wanted to release the jailbreak of iOS 8.2 “as soon as possible”, however its development and release was restricted to several factors, which by the way have not been revealed in the statement. They go on to clarify that the rumors regarding the release of their jailbreak tool that have been spreading on the internet are false. They have asked everyone to not trust any source other than the official website and social media accounts.
Here’s the statement issued by TaiG on their website:
“On 27th March, TaiG Jailbreak Team held the 2015 Mobile Security Summit (MSS) in China Beijing. The purpose of this summit was to create a platform for world top jailbreak developer to have an open communication, and then prepare for the better untethered jailbreak in the future.
The development and release of a jailbreak tool was restricted to several factors, however what TaiG Jailbreak Team wanted is to release the jailbreak of iOS 8.2 as soon as possible.
But at present, rumors about TaiG Jailbreak Team has already released the iOS 8.2 Jailbreak Tool were spreading in the internet. Any information outside of TaiG Jailbreak Team official news channel should not be trusted.
At last, thanks for focus and supports from media and users. To you all, we will do our best to go forward!”
As usual we are following all the news related to the iOS 8.2 TaiG jailbreak and will update you as soon as we get more info. Stay tuned. (Source: TaiG)