iOS 8.1.3 goodbye (for now) to Jailbreak

Apple has released iOS 8.1.3. I have so many bugs fixed, including one that allowed the jailbreak.

New release surprise OS for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Apple has made it available to the public iOS 8.1.3 without having delivered before a counterparty in Beta to developers. The software brings with it many other pleasant news, and more closes the mechanism that allowed the Jailbreak.

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Among the new features of iOS 8.1.3 is the correction of a bug that could prevent -in some cases- to enter the password for iMessage and FaceTime, and another problem that led to the failure to display the results of Spotlight (remember? the buffer solution was the most incredible bug); is also improved the reliability of the multitasking gestures on iPad, but the most interesting aspect is probably that it is now required much less space on the device to perform the update.

The full change-list lists:

Reducing the amount of storage space required to perform a software update
Fixed an issue that prevented some users to enter the Apple ID password for Messages and FaceTime
Resolution of a problem because of which interrupted Spotlight displaying results for app
Fixed an issue that prevented the multitasking gestures to run on iPad
Adding new configuration options for standardized tests of learning

 

ByeBye Jailbreak

The other implication that will not appeal to some readers is that iOS 8.1.3 prevents operation of Taig, the app we used to jailbreak iOS up to 8.1.2. Apple says the same in a support document that mentions the Taig Jailbreak Team.

If you are interested in the jailbreak, then, is not updated to iOS 8.1.3.

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