Apple Stopped Signing iOS 11.2.5, Meaning Users Can't Restore The Version With iTunes Anymore

Apple has stopped signing iOS 11.2.5, which means it is no longer possible to downgrade an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to software versions older than latest iOS 11.2.6 update. As for news about the iOS 11.2.x jailbreak, we did have some information. Sadly, both of the iOS 11.2.5 and iOS 11.2.6 cannot be jailbroken.

As we mentioned before that when Apple stops signing a particular firmware, it essentially means that iTunes won’t allow you to restore it anymore. Instead, you are then prompted to update to the latest available firmware. In this case, that's iOS 11.2.6, an update which fixed Telegu character bug that could crash apps like Messages or Twitter.

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Regarding jailbreaking, as long as you are running iOS 11 all the way up to iOS 11.1.2. You can use Electra to jailbreak your device. The new tool does come with Cydia, and it is the first time that general user able to install and run Cydia on an iOS 11 device including the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

Another jailbreak news comes from Zimperium zLabs Team's Rani Idan says that Apple's bluetoothd” daemon has multiple vulnerabilities which can affect iOS 11.2.2 firmware and can possibly lead to a jailbreak. However, Idan said it needs more work to be done and see where this exploit may end up, still, there's a chance that they could release a jailbreak.
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