It was the iBooks where Apple had seriously tried to implement some anti jailbreaking techniques. The good news is that Comex has figured it out how to by pass this anti jailbreaking measure implemented in the iBooks by Apple.
To be more specific, the version 1.2.1 of the iBooks which was released a week ago denies to open books on the phones that are jailbroken. It is because Apple has implemented some anti jailbreaking tricks in it. iBooks is implemented with a process which involves the running of unsigned code attempts. These type of attempts are only executed by the jailbroken phones. So it will detect that you are using a jailbroken iPhone and will prompt you a message to restore your iPhone device.
Normal phones will not execute a small code run by Apple on your device when you try to access iBooks. However jailbroken iPhones by default allows this code to run, thus help Apple to figure it out that you are using a jailbroken iPhone.
Of course you have to buy the books whether you have a jailbroken device or not. But Apple has implemented this obstacle specifically for the jailbroken device owners.
Famous developer and the guy behind the JailbreakMe and Spirit jailbreak tools, Comex has found a way to fix this matter for jailbroken iOS devices. This is what the Apple prompts you when you tries to access the iBooks with a jailbroken iOS device: “There is a problem with the configuration of your iOS Device. Please restore with iTunes and reinstall iBooks“ so your iOS device has been infected”
Comex is expected to fix this issue in the upcoming jailbreak tools and then you will be able to access the iBooks using your jailbroken iOS device.
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