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Does online jailbreak methods safe to use?

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Kevin Barnes

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So I've been reading some articles about jailbreaking and I come up with this question. The latest ios releases can not be jailbreak because we are lack of aspects. But it says we can download Cydia to our device even though it could not jailbreak. Such as using online methods and third-party apps. So are these methods safe to use? If so why people jailbreak their devices to download Cydia even though there are methods for it without jailbreaking?



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If you mean, the guy who goes to a random site, then tells you that ''cydia is injected'' in these apps and you have to download them, that then direct you to the appstore when you click on them- FAKE!

 

Here is a good website that tells you pretty much the basics of jailbreaking: https://sites.google.../jailbreak-help



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Jailbreaking is the process by which Apple users can remove software restrictions imposed on iOS and Apple products like the iPad®, iPhone, iPod®, and more. Jailbreaking allows root access to iOS. It lets users install applications, extensions, and other software applications that are not authorized by Apple’s App Store.
Although legal, it’s not necessarily a good idea to jailbreak your smartphone.
 
It’s become a popular way for attackers to break security and get on mobile devices. People who jailbreak their own phones save cybercriminals a lot of time and effort, putting their device at risk.
Apple, maker of the iPhone, tends to agree. The tech giant says it considers jailbreaking the iOS, its operating system, not only a violation of their terms and conditions of use, but also a practice that exposes a phone to a host of risks. Those include security vulnerabilities, stability issues, potential crashes and freezes, and a shortened battery life. If something goes wrong with your jailbroken iPhone, Apple says, it’s up to you to fix it.






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