So far – at least publicly – no jailbreak for the current iOS 11 available, but this could change now. Ian Beer, researcher for Project Zero, declared that he would soon have shared more information about the community with the community, and so it was. What we have been able to find through Google’s Project Zero is the ability to jailbreak on Apple devices with iOS 11.1.2 on board, as reported recently by Beer himself. It can also be noted how the tfp0 exploit for iOS 11.0-11.1.2 is indicated to be a particular exploit that would allow to obtain the whole control of the kernel system.
Given the recent update to iOS 11.2, the security holes would seem to have been corrected.
A tweet from Google security researcher Ian Beer is currently fueling hopes in the jailbreak community. He announces in it but the release of a number of security vulnerabilities, with which iPhones up to iOS 11.1.2 can be completely taken over. Users interested in cracking the security locks of Apple should not update to iOS 11.2 accordingly.
Anyway, it’s clear that in the security bulletin for iOS 11.2, there are five gaps that were discovered by Beer. At Apple, there is currently only vague information, but at least one bug is mentioned that this allows the execution of code with kernel rights.
The following available tfp0 vulnerabilities, but there is an out this vulnerability only for iPhone 6s/6s Plus. The following devices are supported, as iPhone 7,7 Plus, 8,8 Plus, X devices seem to be unable to use the vulnerability, few new device needs to rely on other loopholes to escape success, but the loopholes are still there, also need to be exposed or dug by security personnel such as Ian Beer to use.
In fact can not be used to wait until the loopholes released to determine, maybe in the future more stable version of iOS 11.2.1 suddenly jailbreak tools introduced.
In addition to the news of the iOS11 jailbreak, along with iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak also began to have the latest developments, Siguza has also started on iOS 10.3.3 jailbreak tools are working hard on the current progress is quite good, follow-up if used in conjunction with Houdini loopholes, perhaps in iOS 10.2.1 ~ iOS 10.3.3 can evolve into a jailbreak tool.