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Hey everyone,

I guess there's a built in software update function in the iphone 4s and I was wondering if it automatically communicates with apple servers in the background to constantly check if your iphone is up to date. Also, if it does this...will it send ANY information about the phone? such as if it's jailbroken...etc.

I'm asking because if in the future i decide to jailbreak the phone, if it starts sending apple data that my phones been jailbroken and they flag it and it prevents me from getting any type of apple support while i'm still in warranty. I don't want them blaming "oh it's because u jailbroke it..." and not even help me when i'm still in warranty.

Thanks for any replies/feedback!
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