To Jailbreak or not to Jailbreak? That is the question. In our previous episode of Top 5 we discussed the reasons why we believe you should Jailbreak, but still, we know many of you are still debating it. In today’s show we go through the top 5 most compelling reasons why you should think twice, or even skip. Some things are just not the right fit, and this could be one of them for you.

Jailbreaking an iPhone is very different to rooting an Android device. On Android, rooting allows you to load custom ROMs that enable you to really push the hardware to the limit. In the case of iOS, Jailbreaking in a way is rooting, but you’re limited to only installing additional services to your device, and not necessarily installing a whole new operating system. Some services are worth it, some are genius, and some are half-baked as things always are in the “non-approved” community.

So, if you already jailbroke and you’re having second thoughts, our own Taylor Martin also has a video showing you how to remove the Jailbreak in a couple of easy steps as well, so make sure you have a look.

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