Steve Jobs and Apple to announce Jailbreak and Unlock Support in iOS 5 at WWDC 2011

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People who are begging for jailbreaks and unlocks, crying, whining, and complaining, and constantly harassing the Jailbreak dev teams can finally stop doing that now! I have some good news. Read on below.

“We have given up, and will now be announcing support for jailbreak and unlock in iOS 5″ said Steve Jobs in Apple’s Cupertino campus in California.”We offered Geohot $1 billion to stop creating jailbreaks, and he accepted our offer. Unfortunately folks in iPhone Dev Team, and Chronic Dev Team are too smart and always win the cat and mouse game and we offered $1 billion to them also but they did not accept it. It’s just not worth it to keep patching jailbreaks and unlocks in every new iOS update as new hackers will always keep popping up and making new jailbreaks and unlocks, so we have decided to support jailbreaking and unlocking in our iOS 5 software. We’ve also wasted a lot of time and money patching jailbreaks and unlock and issuing updates, but now we  will focus on improving iOS and our hardware instead. We will announce more on that in WWDC 2011 on June 6,  2011. You will be able to enable Cydia and Rock right from your Settings and won’t need to jailbreak or unlock with every update. Sorry for being such a pain in the ass for you jailbreakers and unlockers. Oh, and this changes everything again!,” said Steve Jobs

Anyone else excited about jailbreak and unlock support in iOS 5? I am! There are just two more months left until Apple officially announces jailbreak and unlock support in iOS 5 in their WWDC 2011 conference. Stay tuned!

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