iPhone: "jailbreak or not to jailbreak?"
Here is the question that haunts many people struggling with the infamous iPhone, to unlock (jailbreak) or less?
What are actually the advantages and disadvantages of this choice?
I will not dwell here in explaining what the absence of the operation of jailbreak, but I intend to list only briefly, from my point of view, the advantages and disadvantages of that choice.
- Add Cydia (reciprocating the App store)
- SSH access to the device (use the iPhone as a hard disk in which to load files via ssh fact)
- SBSettings (via Cydia) which sets quick menu for frequently used functions (on / off services like WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G, etc ...)
- Ability to synchronize applications (IPA) downloaded from the Internet via iTunes (the operation is legal, then it remains everyone the choice to work more or less legally with your device)
- Unblocking a bluetooth for data transfer via the upcoming release of iBlueNove (ex iBluetooth) of MeDevil
- Enter a firewall (blacklist) for handling calls / sms / mms incoming
- Add useful features to native applications such as SMS Helper (displays a character counter input when writing a text message)
- Change the 'APN of your phone provider to not run into unwanted charges on its rechargeable
- For 3Gs with new iBoot, inability to restart the iPhone without having to go back to a jailbreak with blackra1n
- Reduction of battery performance (not high if you use wisely the extra services like SSH etc ...)
- I do not think so much more ...
You would add something else to the list?