Jailbreaking iOS devices legally it could not clear, but apparently these days it will be clearer with the United States Copyright Office issued an exception to the Copyright Act Digital Millennium stating that jailbreaking iOS devices do not violate copyright laws. However, it is not an absolute decision, due to the problem of tablets, according to the U.S. Copyright Office, jailbreaking is “difficult to define.”
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, along with a number of other electronic freedom organizations, has asked the Copyright Office to make an exception legalization customization DMCA devices already owned. Apparently, the exemption granted to allow the user to use the programs available on one platform, but not the other. And that decision applies not only to the iPhone, but the possibility of rooting Android platform as well.