Whether you have a hearing impairment, a faulty iPhone speaker, or a poorly recorded piece of audio that you want to listen to, having the ability to adjust your handset’s audio balance is sometime some audio connoisseurs might consider an essential feature. So why does Apple make it such a PITA to access?
iOS developer KingPuffdaddi recognized that something needed to be done about this, and a newly released jailbreak tweak called CCBalance was conceived. And just as the name implies, this tweak adds an audio balance control to Control Center.
As shown in the screenshot example above, you’ll see that CCBalance adds the audio balance control directly underneath the volume module in Control Center, providing you with what feels like a native user experience. As you might come to expect, users can both adjust their volume to a comfortable level and adjust the slider left or right to make the sound louder either on the left or right speaker for comfortable listening conditions.
CCBalance doesn’t come with any options to configure, and it really doesn’t need any as its purpose is relatively straightforward and to the point. If you ever wanted to remove this slider from Control Center, then you would simply uninstall CCBalance from your device.
If you’re interested in giving CCBalance a try, then you can download it for free from KingPuffdaddi’s repository via your preferred package manager. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 13 devices.
Those who aren’t already using KingPuffdaddi’s repository can add it to their package manager using the following URL:
Do you like the idea of being able to adjust your iPhone’s audio balance from Control Center? Discuss in the comments below.