- Jailbreaking is a practice that has been around ever since the first OS-operated Apple devices appeared on the market. Many users resorted to it because it allowed you to personalize and customize your device to a never seen before extent, as well as offer unchartered access to a whole new variety of free apps. Of course, these apps weren’t Apple approved, which in turns opened up a whole new work of risks.
The dangers of jailbreaking have always been something that was widely acknowledged by the community of this practice. However, by using safe programs and tools and by always being careful about what you’re doing, these risks could more or less still be avoided. But cracking your iPhone, iPad or iPod in order to jailbreak it is dangerous also because it opens some gateways that could be exploited by someone or something that doesn’t necessarily have the best intentions.
This is why Apple has decided to do their best and impede this practice that they didn’t seem to be bothered by before. Thus, the company designed iOS 10 as to be uncrackable. And for the most part, it did turn out to be.
No New Jailbreaks
No new jailbreaks appeared for newer variants of iOS 11. Many giants in the community attempted, but didn’t manage to push any reliable product. Some of them even retired from the game altogether. So what lies in the future of jailbreaking? Well, nothing much it seems. Still, if you want to jailbreak your iOS 10.3.2 device, you can attempt to do so safely with Tssecheker, a new tool that was released by an iOS developer himself. The tool acts by allowing its users to save their SHSH2 blobs.
So, if you must jailbreak, do it safely. You won’t regret it if you do, but you might regret it if you don’t.