I had this window pop up a few times now, I am not sure what to do , having a jailbroken iPhone and all I always answer "Don't Send" As a person who enjoys his Jailbroken phone and who supports the hacking community, would answering "Send to Apple" to this info make me work against the Hacking community and for Apple? or really it doesn't make much difference? Also when Apple does "diagnose" my iPhone remotely through iTunes, are they detecting and finding out if it is Jailbroken or it isn't actually possible for them to do that? Does this type of information and diagnostics help Apple to build more secure software and OS for the iPhone that results in groups like the Dev-Team to have harder time coming up with builds to Jailbreak and unlock Apple's latest OS's? To have solid answers to these questions it might require to have some serious (or inside) expertise, but if anybody can shed some more light into this, that would be great thanks.