If you want to jailbreak iOS 16.1.1 on iPhone and iPadOS 16.1.1 on iPad, here’s what you need to know about its latest status update.
Apple released iOS 16.1.1 to the public and with the update comes the same old question — can I jailbreak it?
If you want to jailbreak iOS 16.1.1 on your iPhone or iPad, there are always a few questions to ask to figure out if it can be done. You are in the right place, so let’s dive into it.
While the iOS 16.1.1 update doesn’t add any new features, Apple says it comes with several bug fixes. With this in mind we’d always recommend updating it, but those looking to jailbreak should be sure they want to do so first.
If you’re using an older iPhone, like an iPhone 8 or iPhone X, you’re good to go. These models were jailbroken at the bootrom level meaning Apple couldn’t plug the hole no matter how hard they tried. You may have to wait for your jailbreak app of choice to update first, but the underlying exploit will work, no problem.
If you’re using a newer iPhone, like the new iPhone 14 (or any iPhone model after the iPhone X), you’re unfortunately out of luck. This may change in the future, but at the time of writing there is no jailbreak available to you, no matter which version of iOS you have installed.
We’ll keep our ears to the ground and our eyes peeled for news of a proper iOS 16.1.1 jailbreak, but there’s no telling when it will arrive. If indeed, it ever does.
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