Jailbreaking at apple store, abuse ^10 power

iPadThai

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wow, JB via safari browser? That means anyone can go to an apple retail store, use any of their many iPhone 4 demo stations and jailbreak their entire fleet of iPhone 4 demos for sh*ts and giggles.

Just lettin' ya'll know.
:cool:
 

SoraLimit

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Jul 10, 2010
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wow, JB via safari browser? That means anyone can go to an apple retail store, use any of their many iPhone 4 demo stations and jailbreak their entire fleet of iPhone 4 demos for sh*ts and giggles.

Just lettin' ya'll know.
:cool:
I can't seem to find the article, but I remember that there were four guys who jailbroke iPhones in an Apple store, and got banned from the store.
 

zub3qin

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Apr 10, 2007
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wow, JB via safari browser? That means anyone can go to an apple retail store, use any of their many iPhone 4 demo stations and jailbreak their entire fleet of iPhone 4 demos for sh*ts and giggles.

Just lettin' ya'll know.
:cool:
now this would be funny.
 

Amnesia87

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Jun 19, 2010
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wow, JB via safari browser? That means anyone can go to an apple retail store, use any of their many iPhone 4 demo stations and jailbreak their entire fleet of iPhone 4 demos for sh*ts and giggles.

Just lettin' ya'll know.
:cool:
Would be funny, but Ironically there are already a good deal of jailbroken devices in the apple store, since generally alot of the employees phones are jailbroken and often the point of sale phones they use are as well.
 

anonymous guy

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Mar 18, 2010
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Would be funny, but Ironically there are already a good deal of jailbroken devices in the apple store, since generally alot of the employees phones are jailbroken and often the point of sale phones they use are as well.
Really? I remember reading an article a while ago where an Apple employee tried to get a customer "arrested" when he had a jailbroken iPhone in the store.
 

Airmark1

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billinaz said:
Really? I remember reading an article a while ago where an Apple employee tried to get a customer "arrested" when he had a jailbroken iPhone in the store.
For what???



Contempt of Steve?
Yeah. I don't think there are any grounds for jailing a jailbreaker. Lol. But maybe there was an argument that turned into a "you're fired get out of the store" to escorted out of the store.
 

GTghost

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Apr 5, 2010
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Guess where Im going tomorrow with my new "i hack charities" tshirt??
I remember jailbreaking when the iphone 2g was out was took some time, and now its done within a minute or 2.
 

aethelbert

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Jun 1, 2007
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wow, JB via safari browser? That means anyone can go to an apple retail store, use any of their many iPhone 4 demo stations and jailbreak their entire fleet of iPhone 4 demos for sh*ts and giggles.
It'll probably go as well for you as it did for the morons that tried this with 1.1.1 or whichever 1.x was able to do the same via safari.
 

na1577

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Jan 20, 2008
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Yeah, I remember people did this back in the 1.1.1 days. I don't think any thing came of it except for frustrated Apple Store employees who were forced to setup the phones again.
 

Vinnie Madrox

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Dec 23, 2009
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i'm doing this tomorrow in jersey......the store i usually go to is ALWAYS packed to the gills, so i'm sure i can do it without anyone bothering me LoL seriously, this is going to be a VERY entertaining week....
 

BlondeBuddhist

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Jun 7, 2010
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I'm no lawyer, however I can see "vandalism" accusations coming from this.

You kids have fun, though the question arises, "what's the point"?

Blonde Buddhist
 
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