Apple Releases iOS 8.1.1 with Improved Performance and Stability

Recently, the iOS 8.1.1 was released by Apple with additional bug fixing features to improve the performance and stability of the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. Updates can be accessed through the settings because software updates are available to download and install. You can update your device by linking it to iTunes via USB. The device was released with an aim to fix lots of bugs and the updates have a patch up with the Pangu iOS 8 jailbreak. It is recommended for you to update your iOS 8.1, because you will not be able to do it in the near future. The iOS 8.1.1 can fix some minor bugs, but it is not compatible with Pangu’s iOS 8 jailbreak. If you want to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, then you have to stay far away from iOS 8.1.1 as possible.

If you are planning a jailbreak, then update your iOS 8.1 as soon as possible, because without updating your iPhone or iPad, your Apple will stop signing in to iOS 8.1. Now Apple is preventing the update of iOS 8.1 because it will automatically take you to the update of iOS 8.1.1. You have some time to lock your iOS 8.1 and to jailbreak your iPhone or iPad, then you have some time for this. The iOS 8.1.1 is the most recent version of the iOS, but do not try to update an older version via iTunes, because you can’t do so. If you want to avoid any risk, it will be good to have back up on your iOS device, because during the updating process, you may lose your iPhone or iPad data.

Alert for Jailbreakers

If you have recently jailbreak your mobile, then you have to stay away from the updates on the phone, because it will harm the Pangu Jailbreak launched in the previous month for Windows machines to give an added advantage to the Mac version that was released in the last week. If you want to jailbreak your iOS device, quickly update your iOS 8.1, because without updating it, you are closing your window of opportunities. Apple is still providing updates for the 8.1, but the opportunity can be limited and you may not be able to avail this facility in the near future. Apple is famous for stopping signing in facilities for older versions of their OS just after the few days of their new device or software.

To jailbreak your iOS 8.1, you have to disable the passcode on your device by accessing the settings of the phone. You can enable the Airplane Mode by opening the Control Center. It seems quite difficult to jailbreak the iOS 8.1.1, but some demonstrations are also available to jailbreak an iPad 3 with iOS 8.1.1. The Apple is patching three Pangu critical exploits in the iOS 8.1.1 to reduce the chances of Pangu8 jailbreak. The important point is that the latest jailbreak is restricted to 30-pin iOS device, including iPad 2, iPad 3 and iPhone 4s.

The recent reports reveal that the latest devices are quite safe, because the iOS 8.1.1 jailbreak is not effective for them. The latest devices are the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad 4, iPad mini, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad Air 2 and iPod Touch 5g. There is no guarantee of the launch of public jailbreak in the near future for the latest developed devices.