Jailbreak (noun)

The act or process of freeing a device, such as a smartphone, from restrictions imposed by the manufacturer, especially those limiting the use of software from outside a defined platform.

Origin:

From the verb phrase jail + break, with reference to breaking out of jail.

Examples:

  1. Many tech enthusiasts enjoy jailbreaking their iPhones to access more customization options.
  2. The jailbreak community was able to find a way to bypass the restrictions imposed by Apple.
  3. Jailbreaking your device can void the warranty.
  4. Some jailbreaks can leave your device vulnerable to security threats.
  5. Jailbreaking has been a controversial topic among tech experts, with some arguing that it enhances the user experience while others believe it undermines device security.
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