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Ehh idc.my iPod is jailbroken finally(Thank God) and I have no intention on updating to 4.3.2 :P...
04-08-2011, 07:52 AM #21
Ehh idc.my iPod is jailbroken finally(Thank God) and I have no intention on updating to 4.3.2 :P
04-08-2011, 07:53 AM #22
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04-08-2011, 09:02 AM #24
Apple can take there pointless, time consuming, updates and shove it up u know where. I'm Sticking with 4.3.1 till iPhone 5 comes out. It takes me at least 40 min to do updates on my phone!
04-08-2011, 09:40 AM #25
They always try to do updates to get people to have the latest firmwares so they won't be able to jailbreak. I'm on 4.2.1 and I want to update to 4.3 but I'm not stupid though. They always say security fixes and bug fixes. That may be so but it's not like your gonna see the details : "Security fix trying to patch the jailbreak devs"
04-08-2011, 09:45 AM #26
04-08-2011, 10:49 AM #27
Probably battery life issue will be solved...
I've seen considerable decrease in my touch's battery life..
04-08-2011, 12:12 PM #28
^^doubt they would solve battery issue, great way to get people upgrade to iPhone5.
They are doing this to get rid of jailbreak, thing is with so many useless updates I basically stopped since 4.1. I would not even bother downloading apps that require higher iOS version unless I absolutely must have it.
04-08-2011, 01:53 PM #29
Apple is really loving there updates, but all they want to do is kill your jailbreak. Shame on you Apple, go take a nap or something lol.
04-08-2011, 02:02 PM #30
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04-08-2011, 07:41 PM #34
As always I will just hang out on the most current untethered jailbreak firmware till the next one is jailbroken.
Have not need to upgrade most the time but just do it to bump up to more current because on rare instances apps want a newer firmware.
04-08-2011, 08:05 PM #35
04-09-2011, 09:27 AM #36
I think we all knew this was coming.
04-09-2011, 09:34 AM #37
Seems to me like the only real significant security risk is Apple's sense of self-security in being able to maintain complete control over a device that WE paid for.
04-09-2011, 09:51 AM #38
I still wonder why they fight against jailbreaking?
I know Steve blow Jobs is retarded, just look at how locked up and lame the iphone is compared to any other phone similar to it.
Think about it, if the iphone was unlocked like any android phone how many more iphones will sell because it doesn't need to be jailbroken everytime?
I'm speaking of no need to jailbreak, not carrier locked.
1, IOS will be a lot smoother and stable coz it wont need a jailbreak which can sometimes corrupt it and make it unstable.
2, apple will look better in the eyes of the consumer as they will look like they actually listen to what the people want instead of the tiny mind of Mr Steve blow Jobs.
3, the iphone is declining in sales coz the competitor's phones are more appealing and already unlocked so there is no need to jailbreak and they usually do a lot more too.
4, jailbreaking is legal so they cant stop it.
4 good reasons why crApple should stop fighting against jailbreaking and let 3rd party apps be installed in IOS. All they would have to do is let Cydia in the app store and thats it. No need for jailbreaking. crApple would win the fight against jailbreaking in one go but do you think they are that smart? I doubt it.
04-09-2011, 10:28 AM #39
Jailbreaking iPhones is legal but that doesn't mean Apple has to facilitate it . They are still completely within their rights to prevent jailbreaking with iOS updates.
Anywho, I have no interest in iOS updates lately. A feature that would make me interested is the ability to have Apps Auto-Update. Same goes for iTunes
04-09-2011, 10:36 AM #40
Jailbreaking enables app piracy.
I bet there are plenty jailbroken iPhones out there that have SSH installed and running 24/7 with the default password.
Security has nothing to do with the legality ruling.