maybe for someone like you who doesn't respect intellectual properties law...i wouldn't shed much of a tear if that [offering pirated software] went away.Free cracked apps.
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yea that's why pc games stop selling as well piracy will never stop and it will never stop developers as well. Like downloading music will stop the artist to release more album! None sense gonna be none sense. Don't tell me like you never download musics, movies, games and such ilegally.Wonder why so many developers stopped upgrading their apps and stopped making new ones? The answer is in the reply above this one.
Don't do it.
But he may very soon. Edit: Just noticed, OP has an iPad 1 anyhow.Considering that a working version of jailbreaking hasn't been released in nearly a year, perhaps the first question is whether the OP even has the option of jailbreaking his iPad. If it's an iPad 2, he doesn't.
This is pretty much how I've viewed jailbreaking as well, but I have been following Pod2g and his progress. I've never jailbroken an ios device .... this would be a first. For me as my life gets more and more "technical", I just want stuff to work. I have enough gadgets that constantly need tweaking. It's nice that there's a certain degree of stability with my ipad2 and 4s. That being said, I would love to have an NES emulator and play some of the old games, so I'm still up in the air.Aside from unlocking I see few benefits and several gotchas to jailbreaking. Just search the forums, is it worth it for a prettier lockscreen?