At the present time, there's no anyone in the jailbreak community who haven't heard about Electra jailbreak. On the other hand, the fact that surprises the jailbreak followers is CoolStar has been officially released Electra for the general iPhone, iPad, iPod touch society. If there's anyone who wants to remind again, Electra jailbreak is a semi-untethered jailbreak toolkit released by the famous iOS hacker and developer CoolStar. The tool supports all the 64-bit iDevices running iOS 11.0 - 11.3.1. The initial beta release was at the beginning of January 2018 and there were many beta releases in the meantime. The latest Electra 1131 is now available to download here for iOS 11.2 - iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak.
For anyone feels tired of the restrictions applied by Apple authority in the purpose of security, jailbreaking comes smartly as the only way that could drive safely out of the Apple walled garden. There are hundreds of known developers and maybe thousands of unknowns are working towards jailbreaking various firmware versions through the vulnerabilities Apple has left unpatched.
Jailbreaking benefits the most when you have remained on the possible lowest firmware. In fact, Apple always makes the operating system improvements patching what has been missed in the previous. That makes the lowest firmware more probable for been jailbroken that what are signing latest. And thankfully, Electra supports iOS 11.0 to iOS 11.3.1 successfully to run semi-untethered jailbreak and install Cydia.
Since Electra jailbreak is a semi-untethered, there are some important facts that we cannot miss. Bear in your mind that if you a regular iPhone, iPad, iPod touch users, then probably you have a free Apple ID. So, while you're installing Electra jailbreak app on your iDevice using this free Apple ID, it will expire in 7 days. To get back to the jailbreak status, you need to re-install the Electra app using Cydia Impactor and jailbreak the iOS device again. Then it will valid for another 7 days.