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Apple store displays jail broken iPhone... what do you think
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Who can tell these days if anything on the web is real, what with these newfangled computers and all, but if this flickr pic is not ’shopped, it’s a pretty damn funny shot.

[UPDATE: Faithful Macenstein reader max just sent us HIS pics (see below) of the several iPhones he claims to have unlocked at the Biltmore, AZ Apple Store using Seems to be an epidemic!

The comments at have explained away the SMS message alert (theonly real question mark in our mind), so yeah, we’re calling theselegit. Knowing Apple, we figure by tomorrow will beblacklisted from the Apple Store’s Wi-Fi base stations.

No necessarily fake at all. Now, all you have to do to jailbreak your iPhone is go to exploits the .tiff vulnerability to automatically install with onlyone click. So if that iPhone has wifi access in the Apple store,allowing customers to be able to checkout the internet features ontheir own, then anyone could do this. Store displays are sometimeshooked up to the phone network, so sending/receiving txts wouldnt beabsurd.
Or a much better explanation is that an iPhone owner walked in andjust stuck his own jail-broken phone into the dock. Explains the txtmessages. However an offial protector can be seen in the reflection...?
Look at the link above to find more debate... what do you think?

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