In today's video we're discussing about the current situation on the Jailbreak world as well as what you should do if you're currently not Jailbroken. As you probably remember, a couple of days ago Apple has released the first iOS 11 Beta to the registered Developers and, of course, quite a lot of people wanted to try it due to the new features that are now part of it. Of course, if you only have one device and you want to Jailbreak, there might be a problem. Updating to iOS 11 Beta 1 means leaving behind the lower firmware you're on which should never happen. Despite iOS 11 introducing new features like the redesigned Control Center, any many other features that we've reviewed in my previous video, it is not worth updating from iOS 10.2, iOS 10.2.1 or iOS 10.3.1.
Fortunately, iOS 10.3.3 is still in Beta. With all this WWDC17 and iOS 10 Beta 1 commotion, Apple did not release any new beta for iOS 10.3.3, nor any final release build, this means that iOS 10.3.1 is still signed as for now and you can still restore to it and save its SHSH2 blobs. Remember, iOS 10.3.1 should be the firmware you stay on if you've updated from iOS 10.2 or iOS 10.2.1. NOT iOS 10.3.2 nor iOS 10.3.3. The only hope for now is Adam Donenfield's Kernel Exploit that might be used for downgrades from iOS 10.3.1 to iOS 10.2. As for Pangu, nothing new is known, in fact, after the Jailbreak Demo from Janus, nobody heard anything about Pangu again.
Tihmstar seem to be making great progress on the downgrades side. There are people who managed to downgrade to iOS 6.x using FutureRestore + libipatcher. Of course, you MUST have SHSH blobs saved for iOS 6.x in order to be able to do that.