So, when iOS 6 comes out...let's say I decide that I'd rather have stock iOS 6 instead of my current jailbroken 5.1.1. (Which, I wouldn't do for myself, but I may be transferring this phone to my wife when the new iPhone comes out). If I just allow the OTA update through settings, what will happen? Will it just wipe out the jailbreak and I'll be on stock iOS 6? Would it leave all my Cydia apps as unusable space? Or, would it brick the phone and force me to do a DFU recovery? I'm thinking if I can just do an OTA update, then reset all settings to set up the phone on my wife's account, it would be easiest, but I have no idea what that would do to the phone (I've only been jailbroken for a month). Along the same lines, if I keep my 4S, and when iOS 6 comes out, if it can still be jailbroken with the same exploit as on 5.1.1, and Absinthe or Redsn0w is updated to JB iOS 6.0 right away, can I just update to iOS 6 OTA and then rejailbreak, or do I need to restore to 5.1.1, then update, then rejailbreak? Sorry for the newbish questions, but there's a lot of information out there, but I'm not exactly sure whether you need to do a restore in iTunes just to unjailbreak your current version, or whether that also needs to be done when upgrading iOS.