Is it just me, or does it seem that jailbreaking is becoming less and less a popular choice for iOS device owners? I mean, sure, back in the iOS 4.x days, jailbreaking seemed a must-have procedure if you wanted to get the most out of your device. However, a few major updates down the line and here we are. Many of the applications/tweaks that jailbreaking has been most famous for, have simply been implemented in stock iOS. I mean sure. It seems likely we will never see winter board in stock iOS. Nor will will we see things like graviboard and protube. But are these kinds of tweaks really worth the effort? These talented hackers that have created evasion, they've spent a very long time dedicating themselves to this jailbreak to be able to release it to the public, free of charge. Why? Tweak developers have to rescale/update their creations, to fit the larger screen or to make it compatible with new software. Is it worth it? A popular reason people jailbreak is for installous, to try an app before they buy. However, now that hackulo has gone completely bust, how much will this affect the JB community? Each update, hackers have to start at square one. Sifting through minute codes, looking for the tiniest of bugs they can exploit. Developers have to update their tweaks to keep up, all for what? Apple patches the bugs as soon as they are released. With apple always implementing new features into their devices, replacing many jailbreak tweaks..installous going down, and many developers neglecting to update their tweaks, i cant help but beg the question; are the days of jailbreaking coming to an end?