A few hours ago, the evasi0n jailbreak tool was updated to v 1.5.2 to sort out an issue with additional languages. That has now been superseded by v 1.5.3, issued to fix a crash issue that happens on Windows Boxes during the jailbreak.
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If you updated earlier you will now need to update again to the brand new version. You can download the new version below and, if you need to, follow our jailbreak tutorials here.
UPDATE – 05/03/2015
Following the huge success for iOS 6, Evad3rs produced a second jailbreak for iOS 7. Evasi0n 7 was released just before Christmas 2013 but it proved to be somewhat unstable to start with. However, the problems were soon ironed out with a number of updates and Evad3rs continued to update their Evasi0n 7 jailbreak tool, right up to iOS 7.1.2. However, that jailbreak was patched when Apple released iOS 7.1.3 and, at that point, Evad3rs said they would not be releasing another jailbreak, as they preferred to concentrate their efforts on iOS 8, which was in beta at the time. Shortly after that announcement, a team called Pangu arrived on the scene with an untethered jailbreak for iOS 7.1.3. While users were a little wary to start with, their fears proved unfounded as the jailbreak worked perfectly.
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iOS 8 was released in September 2014 and the jailbreak community expected to hear word from Evad3rs on the subject of a new jailbreak. We heard nothing, not from the collective team or from any of the individual members. The first jailbreak for iOS 8 was produced by Pangu in October 2014, just after iOS 8.1 was released, although it was patched just 4 weeks later with iOS 8.1.1. A new team called Taig appeared at that point and kept us supplied with jailbreaks up to and including iOS 8.1., although they only worked on Windows. However, yet another jailbreak called PP was released to jailbreak iOS 8-8.1.2 for Mac users only.
The current status is that all of the jailbreaks have now been patched with iOS 8.1.3. With iOS 8.2 expected to be released any time now, it’s possible that the jailbreak developers will wait before producing a further public jailbreak. Stay tunes to this page for more updates and Subscribe to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Twitter; updates will be sent direct to your inbox.