By now you should have heard about Apple’s recent announcement that it’s removing the ability to jailbreak iOS devices from the company’s website.
However, this decision does not mean that users will not be able to use iOS 11 jailbreaks, it only means that they will not have the ability for Apple to enforce their restrictions.
For those that still want to use a jailbroken iOS device, Apple has now released a new tutorial video that will walk you through the process of jailbreaking your device.
The tutorial is very simple to follow, and should take you through steps of removing your jailbreak from Apple’s website, and installing a new version of the operating system.
As Apple explains, “The easiest way to remove iOS 11 from your device is by simply going into the ‘System Preferences’ menu and tapping the ‘Back’ button.
The next screen will prompt you to confirm whether you want to reinstall iOS 11 or update to the latest version.”
To make this procedure easier for those that want to go ahead and install a jailbreaking tool, the company has also provided instructions on how to install the “Unofficial iOS 11.0.1 Installer” tool, which should work for jailbroken devices as well.
The instructions will guide you through how to download and install the tool, but don’t worry if you don’t have a copy of the tool handy.
It is available for free on the Mac App Store and for free download on Google Play.
Apple has also released a guide for users who want to remove jailbreak features from iOS, as well as a tutorial that shows how to add a third-party app to the iOS Control Panel.
As for the software update that Apple will release to update the iOS 11 operating system to iOS 11, it will include a new feature that will enable developers to use the new iOS 11 features without needing to jail break their apps.
The new feature will enable apps to receive notifications that are sent to their “local network” instead of the “local storage” used for jailbreaking.
In other words, developers can send notifications to their app and receive notifications on the device when the device has been updated.
This will greatly improve the reliability of apps that rely on the “lock screen” feature.
While this is not the first time Apple has made an announcement to allow developers to jailbreaking their apps, the feature is unique in that it will be enabled by default on iOS 11 for developers who are willing to put in the work.