Updating a jailbroken phone
No longer are you shackled by Apple’s restrictions on what type of applications are allowed to be installed.
When you Jailbreak your i Phone, i Pod Touch, i Pad or Apple TV you get to decide how your device functions and what types of modifications you want to do to it.
However, if you ever need to actually use your warranty then you can simply restore your device through i Tunes and it will be back to its original factory settings.
Once your device is restored Apple cannot tell if it has been Jailbroken or not.
Here you will learn how to jailbreak your i Phone, i Pod Touch, i Pad, Apple TV and Apple Watch running a variety of firmware versions.
Simply scroll through our how to jailbreak section for the firmware version you are trying to jailbreak, and follow one of our how to guides. You have probably heard the word thrown around in a conversation, or read about it on the internet.
It often times takes developers weeks, if not months to bring a Jailbreak to compatibility with the latest firmware version, and as such you may not always get to experience the latest Apple i OS improvements until a later date.If Apple was to take legal action against Jailbreaking, it wouldn’t be against you, but rather the developers of the Jailbreaks.When you Jailbreak your i OS device it does void your warranty.This means if you ever experience errors with your device, simply restore it through i Tunes and it will return to normal.The only downside to Jailbreaking is that when Apple releases a new firmware version you are not able to update your device to it if you wish to maintain your Jailbreak.