iPad Ipad gets JAILBREAKED in less then a day !!


CJS7070

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Dec 10, 2008
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Wow, I didn't expect it to happen this fast... Then again, it was going to happen sometime soon. Looking forward to what's to come.
 

CrAkD

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Feb 15, 2010
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ive been waiting for this yesssss lol. for the record ive NEVER stolen an app store app by jailbreaking. I actually buy jailbroken apps from cydia.
 

troop231

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Jan 20, 2010
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And so it begins.. the cat and mouse game of OS updates coming soon to a iTunes near you :D
 

Chevenowner

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Dec 30, 2009
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Come on dev team
this is just aol awesome
I m the happiest man on earth :)
multitasking on ipad
;)
yaaaay
 

foxnews1

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Mar 16, 2010
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Can someone explain how you swap app when multitask using JB? Some screenshots would be great. And how many apps can you run until you max out RAM?

With os 4 coming with multitasking, do we need JB for multitask?
 

Noisemaker

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Mar 13, 2009
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ive been waiting for this yesssss lol. for the record ive NEVER stolen an app store app by jailbreaking. I actually buy jailbroken apps from cydia.
When I was big on JB'ing, I never stole either. However, the majority of jailbreakers anymore are pirates. That's one of the reasons I quit jailbreaking, along with the fact that I'm a developer, and don't need any lower quality apps or modifications to the firmware messing up the apps that I'm testing.
 

Noisemaker

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If you had put a hundred+ hours into coding an application, creating all the artwork, the UI, every aspect of the application, and then put it up on the app store for a meager amount, only to find that some asshat decided to steal it and then crack the application - literally taking money from your pocket - how would it make you feel?

It's not like taking music or videos - where the only one getting hurt is some major corporation (Not justifying that, btw). When someone steals an app from the appstore, they literally take money directly from the developer.