iOS 11.3 Jailbreak Successfully Achieved; Cydia Also Installed
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We have some great news for jailbreakers. After successfully getting root shell access in iOS 11.3, Chinese security researcher and hacker, Min Zheng aka SparkZheng has revealed that he has successfully jailbroken iOS 11.3.

He tweeted “This time. It’s a real JB now” and has shared two screenshots. The first screenshot shows Cydia on the jailbroken iPhone’s Home screen and the second one seems to reveal that he was able to install the Cydia app after getting the shell access.

iOS 11.3 Jailbreak Successfully Achieved; Cydia Also Installed

Before you get too excited, it is probably still early days as Zheng will still need to create a tool to jailbreak iOS 10.3 which can be released to the public. But the good news is that it is a matter of time for the iOS 11.3 jailbreak to be released. It also looks like the vulnerabilities used by Zheng to jailbreak iOS 11.3 has been patched in iOS 11.3.1 as he has only mentioned getting access to iOS 11.3 root shell in the previous tweet.

So if you’re on iOS 11.3 or lower, then you should stay where you are and avoid upgrading to iOS 11.3.1. Please also note that Apple has stopped signing iOS 11.3, so you won’t be able to downgrade back to iOS 11.3 to jailbreak your iOS device once the jailbreak is released.

It has been a very long wait for the jailbreak to be released, so we can’t wait to see when the iOS 11.3 jailbreak will be released.

We will let you know as soon as there is an update about the iOS 11.3 jailbreak.

Source: iphonehacks

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