Can I jailbreak iOS 11 / iOS 11.1.2 / 11.1.1? What is the latest state of an iOS 11 / 11.1.2 / 11.1.1 jailbreak? Let’s try to answers these questions.
If you like that Apple is doing a good job at updating iOS with the release of iOS 11, the likelihood is that you are currently very nerves and wondering about the state of jailbreak now that iOS 11 is here.
We have a lot of experience in jailbreak community to understand that there is really no main linear approach to the new versions of tools or software are released. Apple may be focused when it comes to releasing new updates of iOS, and we may know that we are going to meet an introduction of a new major version every June at world conference with public release of it in September as usual, but the world of jailbreaking simply doesn’t work like that. In reality, we never know if any tools are going to be available until a breakthrough has been made and it’s in the final stages of testing or production.
Currently the jailbreak is available for public is for iOS 10.2.1 only. For firmware version released later than that, we have already seen Pangu Team presenting a functional jailbreak for iOS 10.3.1, as well as KeenLab demoing at MOSEC in 2017 for both iOS 10.3.2 and iOS 11, but there’s very limited information known if the progress is made, and there is no information available whether these China-based teams will actually put it together and release it for public.
In reality, we have heard very little about it on an official level. Despite this, there is no public demo version of a jailbreak for iOS 10.3.3 although it seems like KeenLab’s jailbreak could work on 10.3.3 because it works on iOS 11.
But with iOS 11.x now available for everyone, it is foreseen that iOS 10.3.x may see a public jailbreak given how many vulnerabilities Apple has closed in iOS 11 in comparison to iOS 10.3.x. But we still will be waiting and looking forward until we see any confirmation from a credible team or developer of jailbreak.
While Apple is till signing iOS 10.3.3, you might want to stay with it, or downgrade to 10.3.3 if you have already updated to iOS 11.x, just let’s see if we get any jailbreak in the coming weeks. If jailbreak is what you really want, we would recommend you to stick to as older version of iOS 10 as possible, because any version of iOS 10.x has greater chance seeing a new jailbreak than iOS 11 at this point in time.