IOS 8.4 Jailbreak for iPhone, iPad Now Possible

The low power mode feature is coming to iOS 9 upon its release and it is expected to cut down the performance of the iPhone in order to offer more power, PC Magazine reports. Jailbreaking iOS 8.4 is just as easy as 8.3 was using Taig’s software.

Jailbreak news has been moving quickly over the last week or so, with an iOS 8.3 jailbreak releasing last week and receiving multiple updates since then. PP, the team behind 25PP and also the ones behind another recently released iOS 8 jailbreak, have released a jailbreak for iOS 8.4.

The first part of the post refers to a tool released by a competing development team that stole the exploits used in the previous version of Taig to quickly release “their own” 8.4 jailbreak. It also reduces your processor clock speed, further lowering how much power is consumed by your phone. Once the data on device has been backed up, make sure that My IPhone security feature has been disabled on the ICloud, once this is done the hand set is all ready to be restored to the previous version. As for iOS 8.4, Some experts are saying that the updated iOS 8.4 could be impossible to jailbreak, according to the Day Herald. For the passcode, navigate to Settings > Passcode > Enter your passcode > Turn Passcode Off and enter in your passcode again to confirm.

You will be taken through the process of downloading and installing it on your Mac virtually.

Double-clicking on the.EXE file will open up the jailbreak tool. It would appear that developers couldn’t deliver an iOS 8.3 jailbreak. Lets see how the PP Jailbreak tool goes for different devices.

Redmond Pie tested the jailbreak and said that it worked on their test iPod Touch 5, which was running a “freshly restored version of iOS 8.4”.

By design, these batteries shouldn’t lose that much health within the extended warranty period, but if you use yours often enough, it is certainly possible to reach that point.

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