Pod2g: Apple should Open up iOS for Tweaks and Mods

Pod2g: Apple should Open up iOS for Tweaks and Mods - Jailbreaking the iOS has already become very difficult, it has already been more than two months since the release of iOS 6 and we haven’t seen any Jailbreak since then. We have also told you that Apple has augmented the security of iOS 6.0.1 and 6.1 by making it more secure and this is the main reason that developers are not able to achieve the Jailbreak for iOS 6.

Pod2g: Apple should Open up iOS for Tweaks and Mods

Pod2g: Apple should Open up iOS for Tweaks and Mods

Pod2g, the main guy behind iOS 5 and 5.1.1 Jailbreak has tweeted some interesting facts about the iOS. He said that some of his geek friends are moving from iOS to Android OS and the main thing behind this migration is the closeness of the iOS system. Now to fill this hole, Pod2g wants Apple to open up the iOS, so that developers will be able to submit the themes and the tweaks in the App Store.

Making iOS system from closed to open OS is not a difficult task, Apple just need to enlarge some API/SDK so that developers will be able to submit the themes and tweaks. There was a huge conversation between the Pod2g and famous iOS security expert i0n1c on twitter and the Pod2g has finally signed up a twitition (twitter petition) with the title “WeWantAnOpeniOS”. The petition was made by FlawlessFox and he also said that he will send email to Apple after collecting enough signatures.

Pod2g: Apple should Open up iOS for Tweaks and Mods

Although iOS is a perfect Mobile OS, but Apple really need to bring some major changes in the iOS 7 regarding user interface and security changes. If Apple will open some holes for developers to bring some tweaks and modes, it will be the biggest change since original iOS and will surely bring many new iOS users. What do you think about this Twitition (Twitter Petition)? Do you want to sign it? Click Here? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.


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