Jonathan Levin recently made waves in the iPhone jailbreaking community with the release of LiberiOS, and now he’s released the LiberiOS iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak – patching out a lot of issues and adding a number of new improvements.
In recent years, it has become harder and harder to jailbreak the iPhone and iPad. With Apple tightening security on their operating system, combined with the addition of a lot of new features that were previously lacking, the demand for an iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak is lower, and the difficulty is sky high.
However, the difficulty of an iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak hasn’t held back enterprising individuals like Jonathan Levin, with the release of LiberiOS being the first major jailbreak for the modern operating system.
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With the release of the LiberiOS iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak, support was added for all 64-bit devices running a version between iOS 11.0 and iOS 11.1.2 due to the addition of new offsets. Users will also enjoy a brand new UI that is much more attractive. While the main draw of any jailbreak is the fact that it works, it’s always nice when our tools look nice as well.
Perhaps the biggest fix is the addition of stability improvements, meaning that we should see less crashes and a more positive overall experience. When it comes to messing with Apple’s operating system, there’s always a risk that things will go wrong. An update to this iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak that makes failure a less likely outcome is a welcome change.
Installing The iOS 11.1.2 Jailbreak
Despite all of the new additions that make the LiberiOS iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak a joy to use, it’s still lacking some key features that could make the experience a little more user friendly. The biggest drawback to the iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak in its current state is the lack of a fully working version of Cydia Installer and Cydia Substrate. While it’s certainly possible to run an iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak without the installer, Cydia Substrate is a requirement for many apps to run. If you’re looking for a completed jailbreak, it may be in your best interests to hold off a little bit until the software is updated to support these crucial tools.
However, it’s important to note that the iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak can be easily updated once Cydia Installer and Cydia Substrate are released. So if you’re itching for a fully unlocked device and don’t want to wait, you don’t have to worry about going through a long and convoluted process to update your device once these tools release.
If you’re an early adopter of LiberiOS, you can update to the iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak by simply deleting the LiberiOS app from your homescreen and reinstalling it by sideloading using Cydia impactor. If you already have the software installed, chances are that you’re already familiar with that process. If not, you can follow our LiberiOS installation guide to get your device up and running with the latest iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak.