It may be that a jailbreak for an iOS 7.1.1 is very close, if jailbreak developers were to decide to publicize their exploits prior to the release of iOS 8.
Almost a month since iOS 7.1.1 was released, several developers have tweeted teasers over the weekend of 16th May about the possible existence of an untethered jailbreak for the newest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 7.1.1. While there’s still no visual proof of a jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1, it’s still up in the air as to whether or not a public jailbreak will be available for the Apple iPad Air, iPhone 5S and other iOS devices. Continue reading Untethered Jailbreak is Very Close for iOS 7.1.1: Hackers Started to Tease Us
Maybe an untethered jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 doesn’t exist, but there are still semi-tethered solutions. Using the GeekSnOw tool allows you to reboot your device away from your computer so you can at least run some of your apps. Continue reading How to Semi-Tethered Jailbreak iPhone 4 Running iOS 7.1.1: GeekSnOw
For those people still using the older iPhone 4, it may still be possible to run their iOS jailbroken device on the newly released iOS 7.1.1.
Italian iOS jailbreak developer, Andrew Bentivegna aka. @BlackGeek, has announced that his newest update to the GeeksnOw jailbreak will launch on Friday, thus providing iPhone 4 users with another opportunity to run custom mods, software and tweaks on this aging iOS terminal. Bentivegna developed the GeeksnOw jailbreak tool and this was originally released for the iPhone 4 following the release of iOS 7.1, just as other jailbreak developers started moving their attention toward iOS 8. Continue reading iOS 7.1.1 Semi-Tethered Jailbreak Ready Only for iPhone 4 Owners