This might not be a huge amount of data and pose little problem, or it might be a lot of temporary files that eats a good portion of your 16GB i Phone’s memory. Ever made a warranty claim for a phone you had previously jailbroken?
In case you needed assurance that there might be an i OS 11 jailbreak, we have some good news from the creator of Cydia himself, Saurik (aka Jay Freeman).
Unless you’re making a warranty claim or passing the phone on to someone who can use it on the network it is locked to, you might as well keep an eye on the jailbreak scene to ensure you can still use your phone once you’ve upgraded and re-jailbroken.
This is probably why most people don’t bother jailbreaking, but that’s a whole other article!
This is the next challenge for Jailbreak lovers and users who are able to update their i Devices on i OS 11.2.2 can update over-the-air. Apple designed i OS 11.2.2 version to support all 64-bit devices which is available for i OS 11 such as i Phone 5s, i Phone SE, i Phone 6, i Phone 6 Plus, i Phone 6s, i Phone 6s Plus, i Phone 7, i Phone 7 Plus, i Phone 8, i Phone 8 Plus and latest i Phone X, i Pad mini 2, i Pad mini 3, i Pad mini 4, i Pad (5th generation), i Pad Air, i Pad Air 2, 9.7-inch i Pad Pro, 12.5-inch i Pad Pro, 12.9-inch i Pad Pro (1st generation) and i Pod touch (6th generation) However, after released i OS 11 to the public officially, still we cannot find any untethered jailbreak updates related to i OS 11.
But according to the available notes, there are few jailbreak updates from i OS 11 to i OS 11.2.1.
One of these days, Apple seeded the ninth minor update of i OS 11 for i OS users. Apple has released this update to patch some serious hardware-based vulnerabilities and addressing this vulnerability using Safari-based software workarounds.There are a few reasons for this, one of which is that if you’re making a warranty claim it’s possible for Apple to tell that your device was jailbroken once some evidence of the jailbreak has been copied back to the freshly restored phone.If you’re not making warranty claims, you still might want to hold off creating a backup.One way of potentially restoring your unlock is to save your SHSH blobs, which is what is used to authenticate your i Phone with Apple.This process is only possible using a downgrade, which can be a fairly difficult operation to complete (Apple authenticates all new software installs using their own servers).