Jailbreak released for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
26.12.2017 Erika J. Wells 0 Comments
Today, December 26, hacker Jonathan Levine released LiberiOS — new jailbreak for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch running iOS 11.0 — 11.1.2. It is reported by iClarified.
LiberiOS followed LiberTV 1.1 for Apple TV, which became available in the early morning of December 26. Jailbreak “frees” most of the devices that have iOS 11, but in this version not yet working Cydia store.
Advanced users can already try LiberiOS, installing this IPA on your device using Cydia Impactor. In the near future, the network will be complete installation instructions, thanks to which anyone can hack your iOS device.
Users who have installed iOS 11.2 to load the new jailbreak to your gadget can not. In the new iOS Apple has eliminated the vulnerability that was used by the hacker to Jonathan Levin for the creation and use of LiberiOS.
Jailbreak is an operation through which you can access the file system of iOS devices. Having made it, the user will be able to expand the capabilities of your gadget and add support for themes, tweaks, and allow installation of apps from third-party sources.
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