Upon refreshing your sources in your pwned handset’s package manager, you should be able to feast your eyes on a newly released jailbreak tweak dubbed Veza by ApexTweaks in your Changes tab.

Veza makes it easier to interact with your device by adding a myriad of handy Control Center-inspired shortcuts and toggles directly to your Lock screen. In the screenshot examples embedded above, you’ll notice that the tweak is as aesthetically pleasing as it is customizable.

Right out of the box, Veza supports up to 14 different modules, including:

  • Airplane Mode
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • Dark Mode
  • Customizable ppp shortcuts
  • And more…

Users will also be able to configure the tweak via a new preference pane in the Settings app. Options include:

  • Toggle Veza on or off on demand
  • Configuring the tweak’s appearance
  • Colorize Veza and its toggles
  • Enable or disable the blur effect for modules and view
  • Configure the layout
  • Configure the spacing
  • Configure the sizing
  • And much more…

It’s worth noting that Veza supports several popular jailbreak extensions, including CCSupport and CCModules for custom module support. Moreover, it plays nicely with Lock screen customization tweaks such as Aion, Kalm, Complications, LockWidgets, Jellyfish, and many others.

We already like what Veza brings to the table, and yet tons of updates are already being planned to augment this tweak’s functionality. Those interested in trying Veza can purchase it for $1.99 via the Chariz repository in their preferred package manager. Moreover, the tweak supports jailbroken iOS 11, 12, and 13 devices.

Are you planning to take advantage of Veza on your liberated handset? Discuss why or why not in the comments section below.