Discussion in 'iPod touch 1.1.3 Application Compatibility' started by danielillo, Jan 27, 2008.
Is this ways of JB telling apple what was wrong with 1.1.3 so they can fix it in the next release?
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!
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.
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?
As the firmware keeps getting updated, it will keep getting harder and harder to jailbreak, though...
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.
And thats the challenge and satisfaction of hacking.
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.
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. Please Register or Log in to view images
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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 Please Register or Log in to view images
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