http://www.apple.com/feedback/iphone.html Apple is obviously going to do all they can to make the iPhone unjailbreakable. Go to these feedback forums, and tell them *why* you jailbreak. (But don't say "0h i lik free appz!" Tell them how you like to use SBSettings to easily turn off 3G or wifi. Or to turn off the annoying rotation. Tell them that you want to be able to background apps. It's your phone, it's your battery. If it runs down, thats fine. (It doesn't anyway, but thats besides the point.) Tell them you want to use mQuickDo to easily switch apps, background apps, etc. Tell them you want to be able to send a text message from within any application, or answer one without leaving the app you're in. Tell them you want to put 5 icons in your dock, or have 5 columns, or have themes. Tell them you want to put apps in folders. Maybe you want to change your carrier logo or name. Trust us Apple, we aren't going to forget we're on AT&T, we have to pay them every month. These aren't very bold requests. If some freelance guy can write the codes for these apps, is it out of line for us to expect Apple to be able to? I mean, come on Apple. It's ridiculous. But the point is, we need to tell them why. We need to tell them how unhappy we are that they limit our choices. If we don't speak up, the chance of us getting what we want is 0%.