Jailbreak iOS 11.1 the next curiosity of the jailbreakers is now ready to be in the development stages. The developing teams like Pangu, Yalu, TaiG, Tigris, and Keen are working for the release of jailbreak iOS 11 along with jailbreak iOS 11.0.1, iOS 11.0.2 and iOS 11.0.3, keeping the Jailbreak iOS 11.1 on the To-Do-List.
As you already know, jailbreaking allows you for the higher modifications on your device by letting you access the system files of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. A jailbroken iDevice can install special third-party apps even when they’re sealed as banned, remove the unwanted apps on your device, recover the deleted ones from your device, and increase the visibility in every aspect of the device performance.
Compatible devices with Jailbreak iOS 11.1
All the devices that are compatible with iOS 11 are compatible with iOS 11.1 too. So if you’re wondering about the devices list to support Jailbreak iOS 11.1, here it is.
- iPhone SE
- iPhone 5s
- iPhone 6 and 6 plus
- iPhone 6s and 6s plus
- iPhone 7 and 7 plus
- iPhone X
- iPhone 8 and 8 plus
- iPad mini 2,3 and 4
- iPad 5th Generation
- iPad Air and iPad Air 2
- 10.5 inch and 9.7 inch iPad Pro models
- 9.7 inch and 12.9 inch iPad Pro models
- 6th Generation iPod Touch
Why jailbreak iOS 11.1?
If you’re reading this article you must have experienced the previous jailbreak versions. Or else if you’re new to the jailbreak field, I mentioned above, what you can do with a jailbroken device. So when it comes to the Jailbreak iOS 11.1, you get the same bonus features once you jailbreak iOS 11.1. My questions are, why would you still stick into the jailed phones while you have plenty of reasons to try a jailbreak? Confused whether it is safe or not, isn’t it?
You don’t need to worry about the security if you manage it with proper care. It’s true jailbreaking your iDevice void your device warranty but, if you research about the apps before you install it from Cydia, you don’t need to worry about getting fake apps, therefore no worries about the security. You can even try a jailbreak trial and come back to normal if it doesn’t fit for you. So in my point of view, you should try Jailbreak iOS 11.1.
Current state of jailbreak iOS 11.1
Jailbreak iOS 11.1 is still on the waiting list and developing teams and individual hackers are working on developing a proper jailbreak tool for iOS 11 as there is no jailbreak tool for iOS 11 yet. Keen labs demonstrated a jailbreak for both iOS 11 and iOS 10.3.2 but it is not yet confirmed whether to be released to the public or not. Also, the Pangu team showed off about a functional jailbreak for iOS 10.3.1 but still no further details about any of these.
In fact, the last publicly available jailbreak is for iOS 10.2 for now and no proper jailbreak tools for upper iOS versions. As jailbreak news has been very quiet since then, there are no official updates about Jailbreak iOS 11.1 or any other iOS 10.2 upper versions.