Home Depot Jailbreak was initially released for 32 bit iPhone and iPads running on iOS 11.1.2. However, the developers behind this tool are now considering iOS 11.3 and iOS 11.3.1 for jailbreak. This has been confirmed from various sources.
iOS 11.3.1 was released a week ago by Apple to fix the bugs. Most of the bugs were related to latest iPhone 8/8 Plus and iPhone X.
Home Depot Untethered Jailbreak for iOS 11.3.1
Earlier last week, we reported about LiberiOS 11.3.1 untethered jailbreak. Now it seems that some other developers are working over releasing iOS 11.3 jailbreak for the public too.
By jailbreaking your iDevice will allow you to install Cydia on it. This opens up doors to customization of iOS 11.3. As you know that iOS is very closed system and does not allow any sort of customization.
There are many reasons that Apple does not support jailbreak. While users argue that it is all about control. Apple would argue that it has more to do with security than control. Apple does a lot in its OS to protect users from bad apps, bad software, malware, viruses, and the like. But when a device is jailbroken, a user can bypass all of the protections put in place, which can introduce a lot of trouble into the phone’s ecosystem. In some cases, users can brick their phones after jailbreaking due to the changes they make or the apps they install (or delete).
Ultimately, Apple wants users to have a good experience. When users can do things (sometimes without realizing it) to make their phones function badly or not at all, Apple will take steps to prevent that from happening. They frequently release hardware and software fixes to try and resolve the areas creative minds exploit for jailbreak.
Till now, we can only wait for public release of Home Depot Jailbreak for iOS 11.3.1. Once it is released, we will cover a tutorial about how to jailbreak iPhone on iOS 11.3.1 using Home Depot Jailbreak tool.