iOS 11.3 Jailbreak Status Still In A Blur; Apple Releases Patches To Ian Beer’s Exploit
If you’re one of those looking forward to a release of new iOS 11.3 jailbreak tool, then you would be upset to hear that the iOS 11.3 jailbreak status is still in a blur. As a matter of fact, Apple released today the iOS 11.3.1 which patches the exploit credited to Ian Beer.
Who is Ian Beer?
For those who aren’t aware who Ian Beer is, here’s a short introduction. Beer is a security researcher who belongs to Google’s Project Zero team. He made his iOS 11.0-11.1.2 exploit public after he reported it first to the Cupertino-based tech company. Apple had already patched the said exploit in the subsequent iOS release before Beer made the said vulnerability in public. But despite that, he’s the one who can be credited for the current jailbreak available that a lot of jailbreak enthusiasts are using.
iOS 11.3.1 Patch Details
With the release of the iOS 11.3.1, it seems that Apple has patched another one of the exploits discovered by Beer. In fact, the tech giant even gave credits to him on the Security Content page for iOS 11.3.1. This basically means that Ian Beer and along with his team at Google possibly reported this to Apple.
Is iOS 11.3 Jailbreak Still Possible?
With the release of the iOS 11.3.1 which plugs the security, would ask if an iOS 11.3 jailbreak is still possible. Obviously, it’s too early to know what will come about next but in case the history will repeat itself, then it is possible that Ian Beer will release his most fresh exploit to the community. This will allow the hackers to make that into a new jailbreak tool that would encompass the iOS 11.3 for the very first time.
If you want to know what will happen, we don’t know that yet. But one thing for sure, and that is we’ll keep you updated once there’s a new update regarding the iOS 11.3 jailbreak. Stay tuned!