iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak- Something you need to prepare

“iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak tool is going to be released” is one of hottest news posted by several sources, so it is time for you to start preparing for it. If you read the news on the jailbreaking forums, then you might already know that Italian security researchers and developer whose name is Luca Todesco has stated that he has successfully jailbroken iOS 10.1.1 is going to release to the public. So the first time you have to do now is getting everything ready before the upcoming release of the jailbreak.

Tips to Prepare for the Upcoming iOS 10.1.1 Jailbreak

Although it’s not clear when the jailbreak will be released exactly, but it is likely that it is going to come out soon.

So if you want jailbreak iOS 10.1.1, follow the steps below to prepare for it (only for 64-bit iDevices)

  1. Backup your Device using iTunes

First, you should download the latest iTunes version. Visit here to download newest version of it.

Creating an iTunes backup before performing the jailbreak is always important to keep out of unwanted issues. To do this, connect your device to Windows PC or Mac, then launch iTunes and go through the entire backup process. This guarantees your data safe in case the jailbreak or something else can wipe your data.

Also read: How to download and Install tvOS 10.1.1 Beta 1

  1. Downgrade from iOS 10.2 to iOS 10.1.1

The upcoming Todesco jailbreak tool is going to work on devices running iOS 10.1.1, so if you have updated your device to iOS 10.2, you need to downgrade the firmware on your handset to iOS 10.1.1 to jailbreak. The good news is that Apple still allows signing this firmware, so you can still go back to iOS 10.1.1, however, iCloud or iTunes backups you did on iOS 10.2 version won’t be restored after you downgrade.

  1. Wait For the Jailbreak tool to be Released

Once you have downgraded your handset to iOS 10.1.1, just wait patiently for the iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak tool to come out. We will update latest information to you you updated. Follow jailbreakiphone on Facebook, Google Plus or subscribe via Email.