Editor’s Desk: iOS 13.4 goodies, the next Apple TV, coronavirus and Apple product delays, more

Wrapping up another week, we dive deep into the new features in iOS 13.4 and other Apple betas while the coronavirus continues to disrupt industries around the world, potentially delaying Apple’s launches. Meanwhile, the rumor-mill keeps churning out stories regarding the next AirPods while we contemplate what the next Apple TV might bring to the table. Last but not least, we round up your week with another awesome selection of jailbreak tweaks, exciting new apps and games to try out, handy tutorials to master your devices and more.

Welcome to the new installment of our Editor’s Desk weekly column in which we round up content published on the site from February 17 through February 23, 2020.

Let’s talk iOS #331: Extreme precision

In episode #331 of iDB’s “Let’s Talk iOS” podcast, Cody keeps reminding Sebastien how much he’s changed since he started making watches and drinking fancy coffee. It doesn’t stop the two friends from talking about new Samsung devices, nonsensical design decisions and imagining what a new Apple TV could bring to the table.

Be sure to follow your hosts @Sebastien and @melvco and don’t forget to send a tweet to @LTiOS_fm if you’d like your question to be answered at the end of next week’s podcast.

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Wallpapers: smooth vector pack

Rounding out our February collection, these smooth vector wallpapers include gradients, vibrant hues, opactity transitions, and make incredible images.

Smooth backdrops continue our focus on designed images.

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Gradients, assorted hues and opacity modified layers combine for incredible photo quality walls. The final edition in the February vector gallery, this wallpaper pack makes a great addition for either your Home or Lock screen.


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News and rumors you should know about

Here are the most important Apple stories that were making rounds this week:

Thank to Apple, “App Store Confidential” is in number one spot on Amazon.

Tutorials & tips to master your devices

Learn something new these tutorials, tips and tricks for your Apple devices:

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New apps, games and updates to check out

We took a closer look at these apps, games and updates:

Alto’s Adventure celebrates fifth anniversary by making its sequel Alto’s Odyssey available on the Mac.

Don’t miss other great apps and games, follow our Apps of the Week roundup.

Accessories for your Apple devices

We covered the following accessories this week:

Available in light grey or black via Amazon ($13.99) or the official website ($10.99).

Jailbreak tweaks

These are the latest tweaks for your jailbroken devices:

  • Central: Fun and quirky Home screen rearrangement
  • ColorFlow 5: A fresh coat of paint for the Now Playing interface
  • Cyanea: Colorize your iOS experience, add custom effects or animations
  • Dot 2: Better notification indicators on OLED iPhones
  • Gravity: The Home screen icons respond to gravity
  • OneHandWizard2: Make one-handed use of massive iPhones easier
  • Quanta: Make the charge indicator on Apple’s Smart Battery Case more accurate
  • ReachCC13: Open your Control Center with the native Reachability gesture
  • RoundedCC: Give the Control Center a rounder aesthetic
  • Runaway: Your current internet speed in the iOS status bar
  • ScreenshotAction: An easier way to share and interact with your screenies
  • StatusWiz: An audio visualizer for iOS’s status bar
  • VolVibes: Haptic feedback when adjusting your iPhone’s volume level
  • ROUNDUP: Jailbreak tweaks of the week

Be sure to read Anthony’s tutorial on getting Cydia to run alongside Sileo on checkra1n.

ScreenshotActions makes it easier to share and interact with iOS screenshots

To stay on top of new releases, be sure to follow posts tagged with “Jailbreak Apps & Tweaks”.

Your favorites

What are you favorite picks from this week’s roundup?

Let us know in the comments!