|iOS 7.1.2 Update|
Though iOS 8 Beta has come out for a period of time, iOS 7.1 still improved its better update. On July 1st, Apple pushed the new over-the-air update – iOS 7.1.2 to users. Reports said that the latest version has improved the iBeacon connectivity and fixed a series of bugs like data transfer for certain 3rd party accessories issues, enhanced major mail attachment privacy, etc.
We know, iOS 7.1.1 update came 2 months ago, improved Touch ID & Fixed keyboard issues. We don’t yet know how many updates will be there before official iOS 8 comes out. As for jailbreak, geeks care about whether the new iOS can be jailbroken.
However, the good news is that PanGu 1.A is compatible with iOS 7.1.2 well. So you are safe to update to Ios 7.1.2 if you want to keep your iPhone jailbroken. Since the launch of PanGu jailbreak at last week, most probably, many users have updated to iOS 7.1.1 and jailbroken their devices. The iOS 7.1.2 update software is just 32,3MB, if you have jailbroken your iOS 7.1.1 device, you’re highly suggested to update DFU through iTunes and avoid the OTA update.
Below is the changelog for iOS 7.1.2:
|iOS 7.1.2 Changelog|