I was at the Cherry Creek Mall Apple Store in Denver, CO and thought I would share some interesting info with all of you. First off, here's a picture of three iPads at this particular Apple Store (sitting right next to each other). All three have been jailbroken by someone. Click for full quality. Apparently Apple's stores have wised up to the fact that jailbreakme.com exists and can jailbreak any product running iOS in under a couple minutes. Troublemakers beware: when I was at the Apple Store today, I saw a couple employees checking all the iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches and writing down which ones had been jailbroken using a special form. They would come back every few minutes and check all of them again, recording any differences. I was threatened by an Apple Store employee who thought I had jailbroken one of the iPads after I had come back from messing around with some of the iPhones. He told me that he would have to "ask me to leave" if I jailbroke that iPad (which I actually didn't). Apparently there was someone else in there actually causing the trouble. I would estimate that about 90% of all devices running iOS in that store have been jailbroken. This is not a generous estimate at all. Some of the iPhones in that store were so screwed up with random WinterBoard themes and backgrounds that they were barely usable. However, these scare tactics aren't Apple's only defense against the rogue jailbreakers. I tried to visit jailbreakme.com on one of the store's Macs. I discovered that it had been blocked... not by Apple's filtering system but by OpenDNS! Apple has used OpenDNS in the past, but apparently this problem was so urgent that Apple resorted to a temporary fix... blocking JailbreakMe with DNS settings. Any person that knows how to get to JailbreakMe can just as likely change the DNS settings on the iPhone. In short: Apple is cracking down on people jailbreaking their iPhones in the stores using OpenDNS and scare tactics... but many have been already jailbroken. What do you think?