A few days back, well-known security researcher Ian Beer of Google’s Project Zero team had announced that he plans to release an iOS 11.3.1 kernel exploit, which could be used to jailbreak iOS 11.3.1.
Jailbreak iOS 11 - iOS 11.3.1: Downloads, News, Tutorials, and Guides
As we had reported yesterday, coolstar, developer of Electra Jailbreak had recommended jailbreakers to restore to iOS 11.3.1 if they had updated to iOS 11.3.1 – iOS 11.2 using the OTA method.
Jailbreakers: Coolstar Recommends Restoring to iOS 11.3.1 if You Have Updated to iOS 11.3.1 – iOS 11.2 OTA
Coolstar has announced that he plans to release Electra iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak that will support all iPhones and iPads including iPhone X.
A few days back we reported that a new Project Zero exploit could result in an iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak. However, there was some confusion about whether the jailbreak will support all the iPhones and iPads, especially devices newer than iPhone 6s.
A few days back, security researcher and hacker, Min Zheng aka SparkZheng of Alibaba Labs revealed that he has successfully jailbroken iOS 11.3.1, the latest iOS version, and published the demo video of the iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak.
As they say, when it rains it pours. It seems that way when it comes to iPhone jailbreak news given the sudden flood of activity in the jailbreak community.
The jailbreak community seems to be getting into the habit of going into a lull before a storm. Just when there were murmurs of “jailbreaking is dead”, we’re seeing a flurry of activity in the jailbreak community.
Earlier today we reported that security researcher and hacker, Min Zheng aka SparkZheng, may have successfully jailbroken iOS 11.3, and had shared the screenshot of Cydia installed on his iPhone.
Ever since coolstar released Electra iOS 11 jailbreak with Cydia at the end of February, things have been very quiet in the iPhone jailbreak community.
Couple of weeks back, Chinese security researcher and hacker, Min Zheng aka SparkZheng had revealed that the two vulnerabilities that he had discovered are still not patched in iOS 11.3.