Soon after a footage demonstrating a jailbreak of iOS 11.4 appeared online, another video shook the virtual environment. Although the subject is similar, this time, next to the beta version of iOS 11.4, viewers witnessed a successful jailbreak of the beta version of iOS 12.
Just like when the previous initiative appeared, some people were curious to see the video, but now, since they had seen an iOS 11.4 jailbreak before, the demonstration wasn’t such a big surprise. After this, people are still wondering what will follow, but nobody can anticipate the tendency and how will Apple react to this.
The video was posted by the security researcher Qixun Zhao. The expert is also known as SorryMyBad in the online environment and he made the footage public on a social network. The whole idea behind his initiative is to perform a safari based jailbreak of the beta versions of iOS 12 and iOS 11.4. What made it even more interesting is the fact that it was performed remotely.
After he posted the video on Youku, Zhao used Twitter to announce it. So far, we don’t know if he intends to make the jailbreak public, but if he does, the event won’t happen before the official release of the final version of iOS 12. Then, the operating system becomes available and the public would know what to expect.
What will follow
At present, people are waiting for an Electra jailbreak of iOS 11.3.1. The author, CoolStar, announced that it’s on its way and it will arrive soon. In addition, Jonathan Levin announced his plans to update former versions of LiberiOS and LiberTV. His intention was also promoted on social media.
If you are curious to see the video and want to find out more about the safari based jailbreak, you can find it here:
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Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.