I used to love jailbreaking back in the early days, Apple did an amazing job bringing us the hardware, and the software was a great start, but it took them 5 or 6 years to get iOS to a level where I didn't feel like I needed to Jailbreak anymore. (Notification Center, multitasking etc) Now, 10 years on I feel like we're at a bit of a reboot, the iPhone X represents such a big change in form-factor and usage that in part, we're in the same position we were with the origiPhone. Apple has removed the home button, and they've found what they think is a good replacement, gestures. I'm confident that these will be okay, usable, but not the best they could be, we'll see improvements over the coming year, but they will be slow. A few things I know i'll want from a jailbreak: Reachability has seemingly been removed, I want this back on launch day, not in iOS 12 when enough people have complained. Control Center requiring a swipe from the top of the screen, and therefore probably 2 hands, not good enough. Unlocking straight to the home screen rather than having to swipe up, this may be an option, haven't read so yet though. ...and to quote the classic movie, Contact, “there are 1,000 reasons why you may need to [jailbreak iOS 11]; it's the reasons we can't think of that make it necessary."