iOS 11.1 is just about to be available for public users with iPhone 8…
Update: iOS 11.1 is now available for public. Interested users can download iOS 11.1 and install it. The second option to update iPhone is OTA update. We’re still in contact with PanGu and K33n Lab jailbreak team to see any possibility. Stay with us.
There is some exciting news for jailbreak users. The well known jailbreak team, KeenLab is testing their exploits on iOS 11 beta. Fortunately, the exploits are working fine on beta firmware upto iOS 11 beta 9.
Along with iOS 11 beta, the team has successfully demonstrated iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak too. They’ve uploaded a video on YouTube demonstrating both jailbreak with Cydia iOS 11 and iOS 10.3.2.
However, the exploits are failed on iOS 10.3.3 reportedly. So, finally we’ve some developments towards new firmware before release. At the same time we should keep some historical data in our mind that this happened in the past too where PanGu and TaiG has successfully demonstrated their exploits and jailbreak on iOS 8, 9 and iOS 10 before public release, however, Apple had patched them before final release.
At least some clouds are coming in the sky so there is hope that there may be rain today or tomorrow. The whole meaning is, jailbreak development is on going under the ground and there may be jailbreak for iOS 11.0.3 or other future updates such as iOS 11.0.4 or may be later on iOS 11.1 too.
Now, the question is, who would be first to release the next jailbreak, PanGu or KeenLab. It should be great news for us whether PanGu or KeenLab, OverSky or Yalu team release their jailbreak for iOS 11.0.3 because ultimately it would be some progress for Cydia towards iPhone.
This time, its really very excited moment because new iPhone 8 users would eagerly wait for upcoming jailbreak. I hope they would be more luckier than iPhone 7. Because unlucky iPhone 7 didn’t get the jailbreak last time in enough number.
But keep in mind, if you’re on iPhone 7, we would recommend you to stay on iOS 10.3.2 because if Keenlab failed to jailbreak 11.0.3, they would at least release iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak with Cydia Installer.
Now we all are waiting for next two weeks when during this period, PanGu, KeenLab or any other Chinese team can release their jailbreak. I’m little scary that if they’d be failed to release jailbreak, there may be end of Cydia era.
iOS 11.0.1: Finally, Finally, iOS 11.0.1 came. IOS 11, which was initial version, was really so buggy. I have noticed low bench mark score for that hash after updated to iOS 11.0.1 bench mark score has been now improved. I hope PanGu would consider iOS 11.0.1 as better jailbreak option.
iOS 11.0.2: The new software update is in the rumors that iOS 11.0.2 is gonna release soon to fix voice call issues. IPhone 8 is the device that facing voice quality issues. IOS 11.0.2 may be release soon to fix it.
iOS 11.0.3: Apple fixed audio and haptic feedback that was not working with previous firmware update on some iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Plus, iPhone 6S screen touch responsiveness has been improved with iOS 11.0.3. It was being said that some iPhone 6S that having third party screen facing issues.
iOS 11.0.4: According to our analytic data, Apple is testing iOS 11.0.5 and iOS 11.0.4 that have been released before iOS 11.1. Apple want to test each and every possibility to prevent jailbreak iPhone X.
iOS 11.1 Beta 1: With this update, Apple silently testing the features and performance for iPhone X iOS 11.1. With the release of iPhone X, users would test iOS 11.1 too. However, we haven’t heard anything about jailbreak 11.1 til yet.
iOS 11.1 Beta 2: Apple takes iOS one step closer to iPhone X. iOS 11.1 new beta has been released for developers and public testers. While iPhone X is coming next month, Apple won’t repeat buggy firmware with iOS 11.1.
iOS 11.2 Beta 2: During the month, Apple has done some incredible job. Soon after iOS 11.1 public release, Apple smartly pushed iOS 11.2 beta 2 for developers and public testers who can report bugs and security flaws to Apple so that iOS 11.2 can be fixed from bugs and jailbreak exploits.
What do you think about iOS 11.1 jailbreak?