Thanks for the compliment. I believe they still transmit UDID codes or the iPad has a unique one which let's them know. I'm not exactly sure on that. As far as Imovies goes, it's technically, only available for the ipad2 in the app store. If u try to get it for the iPad1, it wont install or work. This brings us to jailbreak methods. As I do have imovies on my Ipad1. You only can get it by iPad being Jailbroken and getting the app that has the plist modified in it to work with ipad1. Shutting off the cams values n such, since iPad1 doesn't have cams in it. I didn't have to do all that editing as I found a version of imovies that had that stuff already done. If you search/research enough, you will find out where to get it. Can't disclose, as it's against forum rules :-( lol. So yeah, I guess u can say it exists "Also" in the jailbreak world..lmao. But if u have an ipad2, you can just go to the app store and get it. If you have an ipad1 like me, then jailbreak n research and u will easily find out how/where to get it ;-)Quote:
Originally Posted by SkyStudio
As far as the location services goes, I kinda don't like that tech/feature. Although it's needed for a lot of apps to work. I guess it checks out the region or area you in and adjusts the app accordingly or doesn't work if in a region that app is not supposed to work in. I can see location services needed for weather or map apps but imovies :-/ through jailbreak, there is a way to trick the location service or have it thinking you somewhere else. For ex. Let's say u live in England and get this app from app store. You load it up and it tells you only supported in the U.S., so it won't work. There's a tweak/app, from Cydia I believe, that let's u change your location to trick the app into thinking you are based in the u.s., when u r not, and the app will then work. I never used that tweak but heard about it.
Yeah, jailbreak does have a negative sound to it and I think that's what scares most people away from doing it. They think it's illegal or something, when it's not. It's perfectly legal to jailbreak your apple iOS device if you please. Does apple like this, NO, so they have a legal trick up their sleeve that is in the form of if they detect your device is Jailbroken, then they can void your warranty. Big deal. All you have to do is restore the iPad, through iTunes, and they will be no evidence or detection that a jail brake was ever done or attempted. Gotcha apple! ;-)
Sent from my Jailbroken IPad on 4.2.1 ;-)