iOS 8.4 is just a few hours old, but we already have the first jailbreak for Apple's latest mobile software. That's good news for anyone interested in trying out the new Apple Music app without losing their jailbreak.

The release comes from hacker team TaiG, which announced on Twitter that it already has a new jailbreak working on iOS 8.4. It turns out the group's old exploit wasn't blocked by Apple's latest update, though it still took a few hours to get a tweaked version up and running. The group also warns about potentially dangerous jailbreaks from a rival organization that apparently stole its exploit.

Apple Music is the key feature of iOS 8.4, introducing the company's highly anticipated music streaming service. It includes a redesigned My Music section, a paid-only a la carte streaming service, online radio and Connect, which lets you follow your favorite artists. Based on our first impressions it's a pretty nice, even if some features need some work.

You can grab the new jailbreak via the source link below. TaiG is the same group that successfully cracked iOS 8.3, so we assume this one will work as well. Still, you'll definitely want to back up your device first before you jailbreak.