Jailbreak iPad or not?

iOS is a very smart operating system that perfectly matches the nuts and bolts of Apple’s trail-blazing tablet known as iPad , variants are iPad Air / Retina iPad mini / iPad 4 / iPad 3 / iPad 2. However we suspect that one area of interest for newcomers is whether to open the door to this OS by jailbreaking their new devices. Jailbreaking is a process that gives the access to the iOS kernel and allows users to run unofficial code on their devices. By unlocking Apple tablet you can install 3rd party applications from Cydia web site that holds programs not available (or even prohibited) in Apple's official AppStore.
With many techniques developed it is a piece of cake to jailbreak iPad. But here are the cons you get in return:

    1. After trying to install some of apps on jalbroken iPad there is a big chance that your device will turn into numb brick itself. A lot of our geeks have spend hours trying to restore their jalbroken iPads to its original state. 85% of them have never succeeded.
    2. Jailbreak makes Apple tablet vulnerable to malware attacks with the potential to create backdoor for cyber criminals.
    3. Been jailbroken iPad loses its standards of stability and speed.
    4. Apple is not supporting its tablets that have been jailbroken.

So to the best of our believes you should be personally hesitant to go through the process of jailbreaking.

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