Jailbreak 3.1 OS treat for cracked apps

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 3.0' started by gman180, Aug 11, 2009.

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  1. gman180

    gman180 Member

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    I heard
    TOTAL elimination of cracked apps, new process that MUST verify AppStore Apps integri

    is it true if that's so then what will happen to jailbreak cracked apps ??? Will they still work for 3.0
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    Look on the 3.1 features list.


    I hope this method is full proof. That would be really good for everyone

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    , will mean cheaper apps

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    The hackers will find a way around it soon enough, but yeah. What about jailbroken apps?
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    Yah if it has to be verified by the Appstore than Cydia apps wont work right. The dev Team will probably come up with a solution.
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    Uuumm, no, they're not going to promote piracy.
    That's why Apple wanted to make jailbreaking illegal in the first place.

    I can understand Cydia and that, though.
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    So what every time you plug in your iPod iTunes will check your apps or what?
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    Things you download from Cydia are either binaries that go straight to the bin folder, or apps that are saved along with the apple apps (Music, Videos, Photos etc.). I highly doubt they'll check those places each time you sync. App Store Apps are in a different folder.
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    so just put em in a different folder. So much for protection -,-
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    Apple is more than likely not to do anything with jailbroken apps, its cracked Appstore apps they are worried about. And hopefully this new firmware stops them, im really looking forward to seeing how it turns out. And i personally hope they eradicate cracked apps, something just seems wrong from stealing AppStore apps, considering their developers are often a team of a few people.
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