We all now know that iPhones can be hacked in one simple web page visit, that Apple has issued a patch to fix the issue and that it tweaked its in-store networks to stop pranksters jailbreaking Apple store phones. But apparently that edict doesn't stretch to Apple down under, to judge from this picture from an Australian Apple store sent in by reader Phil over the weekend. Spotted anything similar in your local branch? Thanks Phil!
Apple Australia Apparently Forgot To Jailbreak-Proof Its Stores
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