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Monday, 29 August 2011 09:28

JailbreakMe creator to join Apple

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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If you can’t beat them, join them
Well, it’s not like we haven’t seen similar scenarios before. JalbreakMe creator Nicholas Allegra, a.k.a. Comex, will join Apple as intern.

Apple probably realized that it’s much easier to snatch the creator of the software that wasn’t quite to its liking than actually try to fight him. Besides, who knows weaknesses in iOS better than him?

While we’re somehow sure that this is far from what it takes to stop jailbreaking of Apple’s devices, we’re still curious to see how things will pan out for Comex.

More here.


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