Both iOS 11 and iPhone 8 - in addition to the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus - will be made official on September 12th. By then, Apple will release an OTA update for compatible iPhones and iPads. New models such as the iPhone 8 will already include under the hood, as standard, the new version of iOS. Given this scenario, many will wonder if there will be Jailbreak for both the iPhone 8 and iOS 11.
The Jailbreak is still present in the apple bitten. Although for months this issue has been relegated to the background, that does not mean that he has died. Everything seems to be orchestrated by the main developers who are in charge of the tools that make it possible, as well as the well-known Saurik and its Cydia application.
Jailbreak for the iPhone 8, including iOS 11
Will the Jailbreak for the new iPhone 8 be available when it is available in the market? And for iOS 11? These will be two of the issues most demanded by those followers of the brand accustomed to the benefits of Jailbreak and at the same time are willing to update their equipment and / or buy the new model of technology.
The truth is that the news around the Jailbreak has suffered a great break for months. However, everything is due to a strategic movement of those behind the project. The reason seems obvious and is that the developer community behind the Jailbreak will face the launch of iOS 11 in a different way to the previous ones.
And with each release of iOS 8, iOS 9 and ultimately iOS 10, Apple managed to correct in the final version the vulnerabilities that developers used to achieve the Jailbreak in the different Beta versions.
Not until the official launch of OTA with iOS 11
However, this time the well-known teams of Pangu and KeenLab have been more astute and, although they have shown on several occasions that they have enough methods to achieve the Jailbreak for iOS 11, they have not released any tool for users to use it with the trial versions of iOS 11 released during the last months. In this way, they claim not to offer details to Apple so it is not possible to discover the backdoors by which they achieve the Jailbreak and ensure in some way that the release of iOS 11 when it is officially released as an update is possible.
Another thing will be that the signature of the apple managed to cover again those holes in the iOS kernel with subsequent updates. However, it will be optional and anyone who wants to maintain the Jailbreak can do so, even on the iPhone 8 if Apple does not surprise surprises in their hardware as an additional security measure against this type of practices.