Since the beginning of time people have been jailbreaking their iPhones/iPads (Sigh). Somehow, no one seemed to wonder "why is is the process of gaining full root access so easy?" there used to be this website jailbreakme which can actually jailbreak the phone from within the web browser. iOS is always praised for its security yet there always seems to be a quick and easy way to jailbreak. On Android, rooting requires that the user unlocks the bootloader and flashes a system app that grants super user access. (With a locked bootloader, you can't touch the system files. And even if you, somehow, could root without unlocking the bootloader, system integrity protection will trigger a warning straight away notifying you that the system has been modified).
So my question is, does the fact that one can jailbreak iOS so easily mean that it is insecure? Second, doesn't this mean any third party could easily gain full access to an iPhone the same way? I'm referring to the FBI vs Apple case.