Can you believe that jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 on video has already existed. iH8sn0w posted a new video on his YouTube channel of an iPad 3 (J2a model) that runs an iOS 8.1.1 untethered jailbreak.
The 8.1.1 update, which fixed a number of bugs in older iOS device models while refining the general user experience, and effectively plugged a three holes that the Pangu team had exploited to provide an latest version of untethered iOS 8.0 / 8.1 jailbreak.
But despite the delay, the hard-working haker and security experts have put a lot of efforts, and one of the mostpopular names in the business – iH8sn0w – has just pushed forward an untethered iOS 8.1.1jailbreak.
There is one suggestion a firmware can be jailbroken, but it doesn’t mean that we’re guaranteed to see a public release in the near future. Concerning that fact that in past iH8sn0w has demonstrated few jailbreaks that never saw the light of day.
Some iH8sn0w's notes from the video description:
Been working on this since last Friday with @XanderKitteh ...This uses some new research. . . (not bootrom related[aw ik], but not HFS either). Still only limited to working with 30pin devices due to no serial over lightning.
This does not mean a public release of something jailbreaking-related is coming from me anytime soon. So don’t update.
Look at jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 on video below:
While it’s always great to hear that the latest iOS version is jailbreakable, but it is highly recommended not to update to iOS 8.1.1.
Obviously, nobody knows if this jailbreak will lead to a public jailbreak. And together with Apple launching 8.2 betas to developers it could have the upper hand.
For those user who has already updated to iOS 8.1.1, Apple company is still signing iOS 8.1. It means that you still have a chance to downgrade to iOS 8.1 if you plan to jaibreak your iOS device in future.