“The real risk is people do not understand what iPhones are capable of,” Kivilcim said. “But [iPhones], Androids and modern Nokias are in a league of their own they are basically cut-down Unix computers with all the functionality of a laptop computer, but corporations are still considering them as just mobile phones.”
Updates Getting Longer
You realize that as the time frame for jailbreaks between OS updates gets longer, the jailbreaks become irrelevant, right? Sure, it’s free because it becomes a real enterprise to jailbreak phones when they need to make timely releases, support the product, compete with others doing same, etc.. For example, the HotSpot feature is reportedly going to be included in 4, making the MyWi feature (a HUGE incentive to jailbreak) much less relevant, especially if Verizon includes the feature in their unlimited data plans of $30/mo. This jailbreaking stuff is becoming a circus in an effort for some to monetize the product, or for bragging rights, etc.. What it hasn’t become is: professional.