For all those who still want to keep the jailbreak on all their iOS devices, we have great news to give you. In fact, they are two pieces of news that will surely make you happy at night, after the Christmas party that we love and hate in equal parts.

First, we have the notice that we have advanced with the owner of the article. The developers already have at their disposal, through GitHub in the form of pure and hard code, the iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak created by Abraham Masri, also known as cheesecakeufo.

As we said, it is a version that is not intended for all users to use it, since it requires much more advanced knowledge than those of the vast majority of owners of an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch compatible. In fact, it is possible that many fans of the community’s jailbreak will also be resisted, because for now, it is little more than lines of code without any sense for many of the mortals.

In any case, do not worry, since it should not take long until you can adapt to a more intuitive way. Precisely, the second news is that the founder of Cydia, known as Saurik, is working with the creators of other jailbreaks, and possibly one of its objectives is to achieve a version for all users.

Now, would come the part in which we express our opinion as mere users of the Apple operating system. Where we would comment on how we are unable to understand because there are people who continue to use these methods after what iOS has improved. But, after the number of software problems that the Cupertino have had during the last weeks, it seems that it is clear that they still have a lot to learn from the community.

And you, are you still using the jailbreak?

Published by Sandip

I am a college student, I am very much passionate about technology, gadgets and much more. I always wanted to open my own blog on tech and so I opened AndroCentral, my hobbies are listening to music and playing games.

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