With Apple having just recently announced iOS & iPadOS 15, we can finally see what to expect from Apple’s upcoming iterations of its mobile operating systems.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the jailbreak community is taking note. We’ve already shown you 15 things that iOS & iPadOS 15 ‘borrowed’ from the jailbreak scene, and it’s likely we’ll soon best witness to jailbreak tweaks that retroactively port features from the upcoming update to older jailbroken versions of iOS and iPadOS.
In the meantime, however, we’ll take this opportunity to compile everything jailbreak-related that we’ve shared this past week in one convenient and easy-to-digest piece. This roundup will encompass all the latest releases and jailbreak centric news spanning Monday, June 14 to Sunday, June 20th.
As usual, we’ll kick things off with a summary of our favorite releases first. Then we’ll outline everything else afterward. So without further ado, let’s get started:
Our favorite releases this week
Amēlija – FREE
Amēlija is a slick new jailbreak tweak that can be used to apply blur effects to the Home Screen and Lock Screen wallpaper.
Not only can this tweak help your eyes focus more on your Home Screen’s app icons as opposed to the image behind them, but it also helps make more photorealistic images look more acceptable alongside iOS’ flat app icons.
You can learn more about Amēlija and how it works in our full review.
Speedy – FREE
Speedy is a very handy jailbreak tweak that lets users quickly and efficiently delete more than one app at a time from the comfort of their Home Screen.
Batch uninstalling apps is highly sought after since it makes quick work of reclaiming used storage space and de-cluttering the Home Screen of unwanted apps.
You can learn more about Speedy and how you can use it in our full review.
Substia – FREE
It can be a real pain navigating the Settings app to get to iOS’ text replacement preference pane, and that’s why Substia is a must-have jailbreak tweak for frequent mobile typists.
This tweak effectively lets you highlight a word and create a text replacement shortcut right from the selected text menu without having to navigate the labyrinth we call the Settings app to do the same thing.
You can learn everything you need to know about Substia in our full review.
Other releases this week
Amanda: Makes badge notifications purplish when Do Not Disturb mode is enabled (free via Luki120 repository)
CLEO-iOS: Tweak for injecting CLEO scripts into GTA: San Andreas for iOS (free via developer’s GitHub)
FfckThatAnimation: Hides the labels and fade out animation when toggling a Control Center toggle (free via Luki120 repository)
IWantTranslucent: Make the ugly effects in the 3D Touch context menu more translucent (free via Luki120 repository)
libpigmentation: Obtains colors from any image (free via ETHN repository)
Magnifier App Enabler: Enables the dedicated Magnifier app on the Home Screen on pwned iPhones just like on iOS 15 (free via BigBoss repository – review)
ModernStyleSettings: Gives the Settings app a modernized makeover (free via BigBoss repository – review)
MusiPlus: Colorize the Musi app (free via BigBoss repository)
NotifyMe: Lets jailbreakers theme their notification banners however they want (free via BigBoss repository – review)
Sposify Fix: A fix for a known issue in Sposify for Spotify (free via level3tjg repository)
StealthCC: Lets jailbreakers adjust the intensity of the Control Center blur effect on the fly (free via Luki120 repository)
Everything else you might’ve missed
AltStore gets preliminary support for iOS & iPadOS 15: An AltStore beta limited to Patreon members has been released with preliminary support for iOS & iPadOS 15, with a full public release coming later.
That just about wraps things up for this past week with regard to jailbreak tweak releases and jailbreak-centric news content, but we’ll be right back again next Sunday with a roundup just like this one — albeit with refreshed content.
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What was your favorite jailbreak tweak release or jailbreak news tidbit from this past week? We’d love to hear from you in the comments section down below!