- 06-25-2015, 07:14 AM #2
re: Is iMore Anti-Jailbreak?!
Speaking for myself an no one else... Not so much anti-jailbreak as meh-jailbrek... The interest was small to begin with, and is getting smaller.
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- 06-29-2015, 09:41 AM #11
Is iMore Anti-Jailbreak?!
If iMore was anti-jailbreak it wouldn't have an entire section devoted to jailbreaking. The TaiG jailbreak you mentioned is being discussed daily here in the forums and thus no need to create an article about it. Those who jailbreak know where to go to find the answers they seek. Besides, numerous other tech blogs/sites have already mentioned that specific jailbreak so there's no need for the iMore Blog to rehash it, in my opinion...
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- 07-01-2015, 04:46 AM #16
Re: Is iMore Anti-Jailbreak?!
Silly topic really. I partiallt feel it's a age thing. The age range of current jail breakers seems be mostly younger generation. I for one like it for couple reasons. Don't particularly care for red badges. I like ability customize my icons. Meaning themes basically. And the only cache cleaner ever seems work and frees up ton space on my iPad is icleaner. There are some tweaks I could never understand why people would even install though honestly. But for me is theming purposes. However I do think this particular website is a bit on the I dunno how say it anti would mean no discussion, but a lot of times ask jailbreak question u get chewed a new one put it nicely. It's like word jail break lets loose a pack of rabid hounds.
- 07-01-2015, 06:21 AM #17
Re: Is iMore Anti-Jailbreak?!
iMore is definitely not anti-jailbreak. It seems like interest is dwindling. Even my Android friends who were into rooting 5 years ago aren't doing it anymore. I definitely don't have the time to troubleshoot my phone from JB issues to have a custom look. I look forward more to stock iOS updates than any JB tweaks.
There's so much more that can be done on a stock iPhone now as opposed to 4-5 years ago and 3rd party apps that don't require a JB that can accomplish certain task that required JB in the past. It's possible users are moving more to unbox it power it on and go.
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