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Jailbreakers Finally Free to Play – and Apple Wins the Game

December 17, 2010 No Comments

We can thank Google for opening up the mobile world, with the contrived implication that it was better than Apple for allowing a more open system. That really no longer applies, and Steve Jobs has seemed to take a “whatever” stance against the jailbreak movement. Pretty much everyone is excited, because the kids (us) get to go out and play.

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