so Apple knows now how to protect next firmware?

Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.3 Application Compatibility' started by danielillo, Jan 27, 2008.

  1. danielillo

    danielillo New Member

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    Is this ways of JB telling apple what was wrong with 1.1.3 so they can fix it in the next release?
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    yep i agree, but when they release the next firmware update, im sure that will be jailbroken too! the dev team are pritty good at what they do!
  3. kappatango

    kappatango New Member

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    Its a Circular Motion.

    Software Written / Tested / Deployed / Hacked

    Next release fixes vulnerability, tested, deployed, hacked.......


    and on it goes. There are always loopholes. dont worry.
  4. Aduumzor

    Aduumzor New Member

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    No not really. Hackers are just using Apple's Firmware flaws and creating a user interfaced control panel for it. The Jailbreak creators aren't working for Apple. Why would they release a public wide controversy (WAY over-exaggeration) for Apple each Jailbreak?
  5. Mortel

    Mortel Active Member

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    As the firmware keeps getting updated, it will keep getting harder and harder to jailbreak, though...
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    Aduumzor New Member

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    Not quite.
    Sometimes having to counter a loophole creates an even bigger one.
    But we'll most likely always find a way to Jailbreak.
    Apple cannot take FULL control of our iPods.
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    kappatango New Member

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    And thats the challenge and satisfaction of hacking.
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    technically 1.1.3 hasn't been jailbroken yet, just "soft upgrade" which doesn't jailbreak the system, so this will be even easier for Apple to patch than a real jailbreak. dandy.



    Bitter.
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    I wonder if we'll even need to jailbreak it, what with the SDK coming out. Who knows, you could download iPhysics straight from the Apple website.

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  10. kappatango

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    for a fee...... even if the DEVS want free apps, apple will find a way of charging for them - probably a handling fee

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