One thing that would be on the minds of almost all jailbreak fans is whether we will see a jailbreak release for iOS 11 and current iOS 10.3.2. Well it seems like research team at KeenLab have already answered that question by demoing fully working iOS 11 jailbreak as well as iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak. The jailbreaks were shown on stage running on iPhone 7 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The best thing about the demo is that not only were the devices jailbroken but they were also running Cydia. The research team demoed the jailbreak on two separate iPhone 7 models that were running both iOS 11 beta and iOS 10.3.2. Another device, iPhone 6 Plus to be specific was demoed running iOS 10.3.2 jailbreak.
This demo in no way suggests that the final version of iOS 11 can be jailbroken and that we will see a release right after iOS 11’s public release later this year. However it does give users hope seeing iOS 11 can be jailbroken, and someone that includes PanGu and TaiG teams might be able to release a public version at some point in the future.
ios 10&11 jailbreak by keenlab～！ pic.twitter.com/BfZ0utqHPv
— Min(Spark) Zheng (@SparkZheng) June 23, 2017
It has been revealed that researchers used Cydia Impactor to sideload app in order to jailbreak the devices. If that is the case, then like Luca Todesco’s Yalu102 jailbreak, KeenLab’s iOS 11 jailbreak might also require users to renew the certificate every seven days. Nothing can be said with certainty though.