Should I jailbreak my iPhone?

Episode 1314 (13:11)

Michael from Detroit, MI
Apple iPhone 6s

Michael bought the iPhone 6s as his first iPhone and he finds it very difficult to do certain things that are much easier for Android users. Leo says that's true by and large, but Apple has a set way of doing things in the ecosystem. Recording audio and video calls is useful in Android, but the iPhone requires a third party service which he'll have to pay for. Should he jailbreak his phone for more options? Leo says no. Jailbreaking affects the performance of the iPhone and makes it difficult to update. Right now, he wouldn't be able to jailbreak anyway.

The bottom line is that it's Apple's way or the highway. Some find that comforting, but Leo says if he wants more freedom and flexibility, then he should return that iPhone and go Android.