Lesley Ciarula Taylor
Canada will probably follow suit with a U.S. rule change that allows iPhone owners to legally unlock their devices to install software applications not approved by Apple Inc., says the founder of a high-profile app developer.
But ultimately, "It's not going to have a huge impact for us,"Endloops Studios' Ken Seto told the Star on Tuesday.
"It may make some more casual users jailbreak their phones, but it's not a simple process and I'm not sure the law was really stopping them anyway. They weren't really waiting for the Library of Congress to tell them it's okay to do so."