*sigh* It seems that English comprehension is something some of you are not so hot at. I know my second post was a whole eight lines of text, and that might be a little too much for some of you to take in at once, but allow me to offer some help - it seems sorely needed:
@Simon Banyard: Lovely, short, pithy reply, even if a little juvenile. Lacking a little in justification or purpose, though, so we'll move on...
@AC@17:54: Yes, there is a security through obscurity issue here. Why install OpenSSH if you don't care about security? You still using telnet and FTP? As has been said before, most modern jailbreak apps do not require SSH. Are you capable of figuring out implications for yourself, or are you relying on me to spell out everything in my post? If it's the latter, you're going to be disappointed. The fact that these users didn't RTFM and change their passwords is another point, but thought they would be safe, despite it being as clear as day that adding services provides another way in to any device, even though jailbreaks are not common (obscurity). And no, since you seem to have trouble grasping that I'm not actually blaming Apple (shock, horror - NOBODY who has flamed me so far seems to have grasped this simple premise) - the analogy is nothing like a Ferrari that cannot float. It's more like the user buying a boat, and then complaining that it doesn't float because they've drilled a nice large hole in the bottom, and they didn't understand the simple concept of water displacement. AKA user fail.
By the way, why would I give a damn as to what kind of phone you have? Why does it matter?
@Mortal: I thought it was perfectly obvious that user error was the issue. See above. OpenSSH didn't install itself, did it? Does Apple ship the iPhone with OpenSSH? Nope. Did I not say that changing passwords is security 101? Did you even read that far? Then you call ME a tool? That's rich. Next...
@Adam Starkey: Ditto, except you get -2 points for using the word "gobshite" (unspeakably naff - even Simon Banyard managed better) and for not realising what I'm talking about, even though you're the last poster - and you had more time to figure it out than anyone else.
@Ivan Headache: Finally, someone who understands English. Fair point, Ivan - I will agree that I should have said "iPhonetards". My apologies.
Anyone else who has a problem, please, save it for /dev/null. By all means, feel free to disagree with me - but if you want to put words in my mouth or throw around insults like teenage children, do not be surprised if you get treated like one.