The jailbreak community is ready for a tool that can liberate their iOS devices from the 11.4.1 version from Apple, and their hopes have recently grown as it might be time for its release.
A renowned developer, Tihmstar, posted a tweet on 12th of January that got the Jailbreak anticipators on their toes as he announced he finished the exploit that will help him port the KPP bypass to iOS 11. However, people still need to wait for its release as the developer does not want to overlap with another project from other people.
To make sure that the jailbreak community waiting for the iOS 11.4.1 sleeps well at night knowing it is on its way, Tihmstar decided to post a follow-up tweet not too much time after announcing his followers that they should better stay on iOS 11 and keep their lightning adapters and headphone jacks at reach distance. According to the IDownload Blog, he proceeded in telling the people who follow him that if they are unjailbroken, they should remain this way, and if they are not, they will have a surprise.
The tweets got both some reactions and were retweeted and like repeatedly while many people from the jailbreak community asked questions through the comment section.
Even though the release of this tool is not a concrete event, the Tech News hinted that the statements from Tihmstar are enough a promise to make people think that the iOS 11.4.1 jailbreak is not too far from being launched. With that being said, even though Apple tries to eliminate the jailbreak community with every update they release, a kernel was still there for our developer to reach and enter into their security vulnerability.
In addition to that, the iOS 11.4.1 Jailbreak Standalone Tool release so waits for that you can see how the jailbreak community has developed over the years.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.