iPhone owners are now (legally) able to unlock their smart phone devices, which allows them the opportunity to download and run software applications that haven't been approved by Apple. "Jailbreaking" one's iPhone is a fairly simple, straightforward task. Here's how it's done, and what it means for you and your device.
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