The exciting chapter of iOS 11 jailbreak is now moving with new stories around. And thanks to Jonathan Levin and CoolStar, we have LiberiOS and Electra respectively making jailbreak success on iOS 11. But the fact that draws you somewhat back comes when there is yet no update in jailbreak above the version iOS 11.1.2. So in that way, do you believe there is a chance for Jailbreak iOS 11.2.5? Let us find out the facts in details.
Jailbreaking is now at an interesting point making more updates so often. As of this writing, LiberiOS and Electra are the only working solutions for iOS 11 which runs semi-untethered processes. But the difference here comes when Electra is a toolkit as to the developer himself. So it is intended for developers and theme makers rather than just for the need of jailbreak.
Update iOS 11.2.5 or Not?
The release of the iOS 11.2.5 has happened addressing the need for the fixes and under the hood improvements. So there is no doubt exist about its support to security and fixes above all iOS 11 previous firmware. In fact, we are almost confirmed its patch to the powerful kernel level exploit got revealed by Russ Cox from which another jailbreak is possible.
On this viewpoint, iOS 11.2.5 is a better option for those who are looking for stable and fixed nature in the operating system than expecting jailbreak. In fact, we are in wanting of any proof that jailbreak iOS 11.2.5 is possible on some hand. For that, it seems more waiting required. So my advice for the moment is not to Upgrade iOS 11.2.5 from any lower unless you got to know it has some chance for a new way in the jailbreak.
About Jailbreak iOS 11.2.5 Possibilities
When both LiberiOS 11 and Electra Jailbreak been working on iOS 11.0 through iOS 11.1.2, the firmware upper remains to be still. Although there were several other exploiting with the chance for more jailbreak and Cydia, none of them are yet visible as a tool to the public. In that concern, we have required some more wait here same as all the time expecting a jailbreak. But the problem still appears where there is no support yet for iOS 11.2.5 Jailbreak. So it looks like a harder session to the developers from which many important vulnerabilities have patched with no chance for jailbreak developments.
As to the current status, there is a big possibility to see a new jailbreak up to iOS 11.2.2. That could be possible with what Russ Cox found as a powerful kernel level bug or else from the side of Electra developer Coolstar. So as I have previously adviced avoid upgrading 11.2.5 at the moment where there is no chance to Jailbreak iOS 11.2.5. And since Apple has stopped signing all previous firmware, you have the only option as 11.2.5 as of now. But in case if your first concern goes to jailbreak and Cydia, you better stay away from upgrade 11.2.5 at the moment. However, if you have already updated, stay with hopes as jailbreak not going to be so easily gone from any firmware. So stay with hopes for more updates.