It’s been quite a time after the jailbreak for iOS 10.2. Jailbreak community has long been waiting to see a jailbreak for iOS. Some predicted jailbreak for iOS 11 would never be a reality any longer.
Some had a little trust on the developers. And Finally, a developer proved to be smart in his work. Jonathan Levin, the most appreciated developer in the recent days. He released LiberiOS jailbreak
for iOS 11.
He is a Kernal /Networking consultant and trainer working at Technologeeks. He is known for his book published, “OS X and iOS internals”.
LiberiOS enables iOS user remove its limitations placed by Apple and finally enjoy third party apps on iDevice and the tool, is compatible with all the 64 bit iOS devices running on iOS 11 - iOS 11.1.2 . LiberiOS gives you only an semi untethered jailbreak for your device which means that your jailbreak is not permanent on your device demanding you to re jailbreak each time you reboot.
his time too, Cydia impactor plays a role. Therefore, have Cydia Impactor downloaded first Download the IPA file from here Launch Cydia impactor. Drag and drop the IPA on to the launcher.
Cydia is not fully working on iOS 11 even after your iDevice was jailbroken with LiberiOS. Because existing version of Cydia doesn’t support to iOS 11 platform. It is reported that Saurik is working on it and a release date is still a question. However it seems Apple is continuing their efforts in fixing bugs day to day to keep their products aways from jailbreakers.
If you are registered as iOS developer (which costs $99/year) then you can install any iOS beta version easily. If yu do not have iOS developer account you may wait for public beta release / install using Zenith.