Jailbreaking the iOS devices has all the times stayed to be a very hot topic, very much further than rooting in the Android world. Recently, though, it has become much more heated for the reason of iOS 11. Just never pay heed to the drama that is circling around Cydia developer Saurik. Up to the present time, no ready and simple use is there so as to use the jailbreak method for iOS 11, however, there is no less than one proof-of-concept based on the latest bug discovery tool that has been created by Ian Beer from Google Project Zero. And whereas this latest LiberiOS jailbreak seems to be promising, it is something that is just the most daring and most skilled of jailbreakers should try to use.
Three reasons are there because of which less capable iOS jailbreakers are supposed to be delaying LiberiOS until the time when they are totally certain that they need to jailbreak their iPhone X or iPhone 8. The simplest of all these reasons is that it just works on iOS 11.0 by means of iOS 11.1. Now, Apple has just stopped signing those versions so now if anything goes wrong, you can simply upgrade to iOS 11.2 and that all ends up the jailbreaking adventure.
The next reason behind this is that LiberiOS is what is named as a tied jailbreak. That basically suggests that you are required to do the jailbreaking process all of the times whenever you reboot your phone.
Maybe the greatest reason behind waiting for some time is that Cydia has not yet got supported. Lacking an app store for all the jailbroken devices, a jailbroken iOS device is basically of no use. Whereas the developer Jonathan Levin has assured that it will get presented, the significance is given so as to really make the jailbreak stable first.
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