The main reason many people jailbreak is just for custom wallpapers, and multitasking.
Obviously there are other advantages and disadvantages, but will you still jailbreak? (If you do.)
Answer by FilipinoPower · Jun 19, 2010 at 07:41 PM
This question doesn't really apply to people who have the first gen iphone and ipod touch. So I probably still will and besides its gotten a lot better since the first time I jailbroke mine with iphone 1.1
Answer by AppleHack23 · Jun 19, 2010 at 07:00 PM
Absolutely! Why not get the best of both worlds? Wifi internet tethering without paying AT&T a dime for it! And you can only usb and bluetooth tether on a stock iPhone. Plus 3G Unrestrictor would be good for FaceTime with the iPhone 4. =) And SBSettings is a must have, along with themed icons, and the ability to change my UISounds. StatusNotifier is a biggy as well, Veency and ScreenSplitr are also good. Oh and Wi-Fi Sync. I don't get it, Wi-Fi Sync was submitted to the App Store, not violating any rules whatsoever, and they still rejected it, while they let these junk "Mr Condom Face" apps in the App Store, or whatever. Why put that crap in there, when you could put something useful in it? Makes no sense.
Answer by Monkinto · Jun 19, 2010 at 07:47 PM
ill jailbreak my ipod touch there are still some things that the ios 4 cant do that i have been doing on my ipod touch like having the android unlock grid instead of the slide to unlock because ti is harder to guess the code than 4 numbers
Answer by Bryan · Jun 24, 2010 at 03:13 PM
I haven't ever jailbroken my iOS device because I haven't seen the need to. Though if I did jailbreak, this update would make me not jailbreak it after iOS 4. iOS4 adds so many things that the jailbreakers have been wanting since day one. What else could anyone ask for?
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