iOS 11.3.1 SEP Compatibility With iOS 11.3 Could Lead To New Jailbreak?
After CoolStar has rolled out the Electra iOS 11 Jailbreak Tool with Cydia at the end of February, the jailbreak community has been quiet. Luckily, there’s a new discovery that the iOS 11.3.1 SEP is compatible with iOS 11.3, thus a new jailbreak can be expected.
All of us are already aware that the iOS 11.3.1 recently started spreading via Apple’s servers and is arriving on handsets around the world. It is also known that the Cupertino-based tech company has utilized that opportunity to instantaneously stop signing the foregoing iOS 11.3 firmware.
Moreover, Project Zero’s Ian Beer has also made the iOS 11.3 exploit proof-of-concept public, which promptly made the jailbreak community excited. With all of that in mind, the jailbreak enthusiasts already have the iOS 11.3.1 as the present version of iOS, an iOS 11.3 exploit, and Apple not letting individuals roll back from iOS 11.3.1 to iOS 11.3 since it’s no longer being signed. All of these are a bit of challenge.
Despite all of that, the best news is that the current iOS 11.3.1 SEP (Secure Enclave Processor) is compatible with the iOS 11.3. This basically means that users with iOS 11.3 SHSH2 blobs saved on their handsets do still have the opportunity of getting to iOS 11.3 through the use of the FutureRestore tool. This is principally significant in the occurrence that somebody takes Ian Beer’s iOS 11.3 proof-of-concept and does the necessary work required to essentially release some public iOS 11.3 jailbreak.
For an average iOS device owner that has interest in the world of jailbreaking, the landscape is tremendously confusing. With that being said, all that somebody really necessitates is to concern themselves with is the circumstance that iOS 11.3.1 SEP compatibility with the iOS 11.3 is certainly a positive finding. It could confidently become a significant player in the creation of the iOS 11.3 jailbreak tool through the use of Beer’s POC. Hopefully, we’ll see an iOS 11.3 jailbreak being publicly available.
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