Hello everyone! It is a really thrilling season. Thanks to CoolStar, the community turned a brand-new chapter. So, can we jailbreak iOS 11.4.1? Let’s check out the current situation. We may do not what is the peak to be prepared. Before welcome the biggest 12th iOS story, we have to bring all these to an unspoiled ending. Here we go.
Everything about jailbreak iOS 11.4.1
At the moment, iOS 11.4.1 is just a new release for all users with 64bit devices. Since jailbreakers gladly received respective jailbreak tools for 11.3.1 and even to the beta 3 of 11.4 as well, everyone excited what will happen to the next. But there should be a proper evidence to prove and confirm its possibility of jailbreak. While I am writing this, it has no such an interesting proof.
However, jailbreakers can download Cydia with whatsoever device running 11.0 – 11.4 beta 3. If you are lucky enough you will be able to downgrade soon and capture them. But there is no longer 11.3.1 though you collect the 11.4 beta 4. Furthermore, we have to remain for 11.4.1. While it is a non-jailbreak version, it is not that interest to stand with.
Latest jailbreak updates
We are glad to remind about CoolStar’s dedicated support to the jailbreak community. In recent times, their Electra update became a huge bang. As we mentioned above it was iOS 11.4.1 as the only non-jailbreak edition. But I guess Apple will rapidly drop 11.4.2 if there will be a breakout. Or else if developers got serious holes to be patched without keeping them any longer, there will be a new version before the 12th iOS chapter.
With all these, we got three separated evidence for iOS 12.0 as well. It would be an interesting point out them for it is the prime security edge ever. While the first two were video clips, the second was a clear 0-day bug. But you have to clearly understand that they were just demos. And public users can only reach Electra releases that related to eleventh iPhone OS.
Cydia update for recent jailbreak releases
While Saurik stopped updating the official Cydia platform, the third-party arrangement of Electra became the most talkative topic. Even thus far, there is no update from Jay Freeman. But no need to worry as CoolStar updated even up to 11.4 beta too. But be careful. None of those support jailbreak iOS 11.4.1 at all.
iOS 12 will release to the audience at the end of its beta array on September this year. Features that promised such as group FaceTime, Memojis and so on will be able to collect from them on almost all 64-bit iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. However, as it appears Apple going to end the eleventh episode from 11.4.1, it is fair waiting for the jailbreak iOS 11.4.1 to end it entirely. But it is pity we have nothing to narrate about its release with proper evidence. Those who wish it rapidly better stay tuned to collect some further reliable details. In my opinion, it will not that easy to reach.