iOS 11 Jailbreak

iOS 11 Jailbreak

Apple is about to roll out the major update for iDevices, the iOS 11. With the public release of beta versions, Apple is aggressively patching up any bugs or loopholes found in its OS. iOS 11 beta 7 has been publicly released and there is no word from jailbreaking community.

The only working jailbreak versions as of now are iOS 9.3.5 (32-bit devices), iOS 10.1.1 (64-bit devices) and 10.2 (64-bit devices except iPhone 7 and 7 Plus). All these jailbreaks are semi untethered which means you lose the jailbreak when you restart the phone and you need to re-jailbreak again.

With every beta release from Apple, which usually has some bugs and vulnerabilities, developers tease with jailbreak in their videos or pics. Security research team KeenLab has demonstrated the jailbreak on iPhone 7 running on iOS 11 beta version. Even if the beta version is jail breakable, no one will release the tool unless the final iOS version is released to the public.

Luca Todesco officially stated that he is not going to work on Jailbreaking of iOS. While Pangu demonstrated jailbreak of iOS 10.3.1 on an iPhone 7, there is no statement regarding the official release. As iOS 10.3.3 is the last iOS before 11, there is a slight hope amongst users that they may get a jailbreak tool soon.

Every major release of iOS by Apple comes with tons of new features which are absolutely innovating. If you want to enjoy the new features of iOS at the risk of losing your existing jailbreak, you can update your device to latest iOS. If you want to wait for a stable public release of a jailbreak tool, stay on your existing OS and enjoy the jailbreak features. Once upgraded, you cannot downgrade back to the jail breakable version of iOS as Apple stopped signing them. Keen Security Lab hasn’t officially given a statement regarding the public release of the tool and we are assuming they won't release in the first place.

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