...They definitely would see a huge dip in sales of the iPhone. Look what they did to the second generation iPod touch. That thing STILL doesn't have an untethered jailbreak. What would happen if the next generation iPhone has hardware changes that make it even harder to crack than the 2nd generation touch? If they did, people would be able to make a killing off the 3G model by advertising it as (Jailbreakable and Unlockable). It kinda makes you think a little bit. Does Apple really want jailbreaking to stop for good? I wonder if they want to keep jailbreaking alive just to sell more iPhones, but not encourage jailbreaking (they call it illegal). The reason I bring this up is that I recently heard someone say that if it wasn't for jailbreaking, they wouldn't be able to stand using the iPhone the way it comes.