Many of you will be aware that with the last couple of jailbreak releases for iOS 4.3 the iPad 2 wasn’t included. Word is the dev-team is still working on it. This rumor comes from the Italian site, ipadevice.com. According to some tweet made by @i0n1c and @veence, jailbreaking could become a chargeable service.
The above tweet comes from the developer who’s responsible for figuring out the exploits for iOS 4.3.1, 4.3.2 and 4.3.3.
Developers may agree, but I know many a jailbreak fan who passionately believe jailbreaking is the right of any device user. To me it seems to go against the jailbreak ethos to charge for it. What do you guys think? There’s no official word yet, but if this were to happen would you be irritated?
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