There will always be a way around them. I had no idea iOS 6 hasn't been jailbroken yet though. I personally don't want to run the risk of bricking my devices, so I've always just stuck with what Apple gives me. I did jailbreak an old phone I had a while back, but didn't really see the benefits of using a jailbroken phone except to download pirated apps.
If Steve Jobs had wanted you to control your own phone, he'd have sold you an Android. Fall into line, sheeple! Your dead god must be obeyed!
Someone had to say it
Quite the picture you paint. Ha! There's a valid point in your comment but it hasn't stopped the community continuing to exist, and whilst jailbreaking is a bastardised way to get more freedom it has created a consumer voice that's influenced implementations of JB ideas. I think Apple is aware to that. But JB or not, at the end of the day, out of the box iOS as integrated with the entire Apple ecosystem is a great solution for many (me included). I can see the value in Android but my buying decision is about simplicity and perhaps restriction dictates simplicity. Or maybe its what happens when creatives rather than pure engineers get their say. It really does divide people to the extent of influencing comments that gesture religiousness. Says a lot.
After having JB'n my iPhone it hasn't changed my world greatly, just given me more to tinker with- that's not so much the Apple philosophy though. Un-jailbroken, I actually find that i use my devices less which translates to greater productivity. It's healthier to unhook.
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