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Um, was weed on a big sale today? The person you are replying to, was the person you called a thief. Repeatedly. The $b in your faulty equation there, was the 3G iPad differential. he chose notto pay that since he was already paying for tethering on his 3G iPhone. You called him a thief. I see now that you were confused. Doesn't justify the personal attacks though.
Holy flashback batman. This is the same weak argument people used to say micros shouldn't be multitasking or that the MacOS should have stayed with cooperative MT.The fact is, even Apple doesn't market the iPhone as just a phone. It is a multitasking device by it's nature and is being used more and more as a PC replacement. It is a matter of finding the right fit of multitasking for a smaller, resource limited device.Apple called. The disagreed with you. Their argument was...
His plan does allow him to do what he is doing. His device, as shipped, does not.Absolutely, it is a great example of what you are talking about and just how wrong headed your thought process actually is.BTW, feeling entitled to something you are actually entitled to (and pay for) is pretty normal. Anarchist idea, I know.Again, you are right, some people do seem to be missing their own sense of right and wrong. It is pretty pathetic when they need to turn to a corporation...
What the fuck, man?!!? he pays for tethering, what hell is so hard for you to understand that? He didn't want to pay an extra $100 for the 3G iPad. His plan allows him to use his phone to provide an IP to other devices, not just his laptop and not excluding his iPad. So he jailbreaks so he can use his paid for tethering service to provide an IP to his iPad. he isn't a thief. You calling him, especially when it clearly isn't true should rightfully get you an infraction. If...
I am in Canada. Tethering is included in my plan. I can tethering using any method I choose to any device I choose. If and when I decide I want to tethering via wifi, then because it is disabled in the OS, I would jailbreak to enable it.very consistent.And again, my 'sense of entitlement' is only because I am entitled to it. I pay for it. I am allowed to use it by my carrier. You may think it is wrong, but that isn't really surprising.
-changing providers -enabling wifi tethering (now that they can pay for tethering) -file system access -installation of apps banned by the appstore -customization of the UI -faster access to common Settings There are many other reasons one might jailbreak. I am sure there are many, maybe even the vast majority, that steal software, and they are dicks. But don't lump everyone into that category. AT&T allowing tethering only removes one reason for jailbreaking...and it...
bullshitWhen I finally do get around to jailbreaking, it will be to use features like wifi sharing (tethering is included in my plan) and being able to switch providers. Nothing wrong with either. I might also use it for direct file access or to buy/download legit apps that are not available on the AppStore. I will never use it to steal software.Maybe it is time for you to stop with the unsubstantiated, blanket accusations of criminal activity. (I know, I...
It was easier to all you a thief.
I wonder if opting out of the iAds data collection will also prevent them from collecting the device and location data. The iAds opt out wording doesn't seem to cover the Location-Based Services collection. I trusted Hiro when he said Apple would never collect this type of info. Said it was far to big brother for them to do, with or without consent, and would be a violation of their own privacy policy. Guess he didn't know what he was talking about.
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