What's this? Former Apple spokesperson Justin Long, using a jailbroken iPhone on Jimmy Kimmel Live? He's no longer under their thumb, so can use whatever he damn well pleases—but will he use a WP7 come October? [Thanks, Tolk!]
For the first time ever, Apple has said publicly that jailbreaking iPhones is illegal. In comments filed with the US copyright office, Apple says that jailbreaking is copyright infringement and a violation of the DMCA.