“Social Apples details a change employed in an update to Apple’s iBooks application released last week that detects whether a device has been jailbroken using one of several tools, and if the device has been found to be jailbroken, refuses to open content purchased from Apple’s iBookstore,” Eric Slivka reports for MacRumors.
“Users of devices jailbroken by one of the methods that allows Apple’s test binaries to successfully run who attempt to open content purchased from the iBookstore are met with the following error message: ‘There is a problem with the configuration of your iPhone. Please restore with iTunes and reinstall iBooks,’” Slivka reports. “Restoring a device from iTunes obviously removes the jailbreak, again rendering the device in compliance with Apple’s standards.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers "Fred Mertz" and "Lynn W." for the heads up.]