So your jailbroken iPhone is eligible for a repair under warranty, but you already voided that when you replaced the software. Is all hope lost?
iOS is one of the most secure, safest mobile operating systems out there, but this security also comes with a lot of restrictions; the App Store is very tightly policed, and it’s impossible to install third-party apps without jailbreaking. But jailbreaking can put you at risk, so it’s important to weigh the benefits and potential drawbacks. […]
If you bought your iPhone direct from Apple, you’ve got an unlocked phone that’s good for use with any network. But what if you bought it through your mobile carrier?
Whether you’re rooting an Android phones or jailbreaking an iPhone, you’re removing the restrictions the manufacturer or cellular carrier placed on the device you own – but is it legal?