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“Newer iOS users may not realize it, but video recording, multitasking, copy/paste and customizable notifications, among others, were initially only available to people who jailbroke their iOS devices to add unsanctioned features,” Adriana Lee writes for ReadWrite. “Then little by little, Apple integrated those functions into its mobile platform.”
Lee writes, “Now, with iOS 7, the company has done it again. This software version contains no ordinary features. In some cases, they’re among the most popular among jailbreakers today. That means when Apple launches the new software—on or around September 10—there will be fewer reasons to hack into that iDevice.”
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