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iPod Touch - 3rd party apps?


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I'd advise the opposite! Im loving whats out there, right now.
It's a week into February, no word from Apple yet.
Patience...my friend...Patience
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jailbreaking from a 1.1.1 version itouch takes a whopping 10seconds and you will have literally 100's of free extras and apps. jailbreaking will most definitely NOT break your itouch and if you find it to be working weird for some reason, you can ALWAYS restore it back to factory settings.

the only reason jailbreaking an ipod is against the EULA rules is because apple doesnt make any money off it, where as their apps they can charge for.

i love apple and mac as much as anyone else, but why should enhancing your itouch with a free and commonly used method be "looked down upon"

just imo of course

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the only reason jailbreaking an ipod is against the EULA rules is because apple doesnt make any money off it, where as their apps they can charge for.
I think it would be more because they don't want to be liable for anything breaking. Usually modifications to anything will void it's warranty.

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yea.. thats kind of a contradiction... If jailbreaking voids your warranty, why should they be worried about being held responsible or liable?

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you can ALWAYS restore it back to factory settings.
Definitely do it imho

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