Jailbreak tweaks of the week: Analog, Are You Sur?, and more…

Lots of prospective jailbreakers are just itching to get a jailbreak that supports iOS & iPadOS 15. While we don’t know when an iOS & iPadOS 15 jailbreak might drop, we have reason to believe that it’s certainly being worked on.

In the meantime, jailbreakers who’ve been staying on the lowest possible firmware can enjoy an iOS or iPadOS 14-based jailbreak, which includes support for a bevy of great jailbreak tweaks

In this roundup, we’ll show you all the latest jailbreak tweak and jailbreak-centric news breaks relevant to this past week, spanning Monday, January 17th to Sunday, January 23rd. We’ll begin with our favorite stuff first and then outline everything else afterward.

Our favorite releases this week

Analog – $0.99

Analog is a new jailbreak tweak that gives the iPhone’s Lock Screen a classy and timeless makeover.

More specifically, it replaces the digital date and time display with a customizable analog clock.

You can read more about Analog and how it works in our full review post.

Are You Sur? – FREE

Jailbreakers have been trying to port macOS-esque features over to iPhones and iPads for what feels like forever, and Are You Sur? is the latest attempt to do exactly that.

Once installed, Are You Sur? replaces iOS’ stock alert and prompt menus with ones that have macOS Big Sur-inspired design language.

You can find out more about Are You Sur? and what you can do with it in our full review post.

Docbox – $1.29

Docbox is a no-nonsense jailbreak tweak that lets you easily access important photographs, passports, and even documents from anywhere in iOS with or without a passcode.

It makes traveling and presenting important information about yourself an effortless task that takes less time than opening the native Wallet app.

You can find out more about Docbox and how it works in our full review post.

Other releases this week

APowerMirror: Brings more features to the APowerMirror app (free via iosrouter repository)

EVPlayerHelper: An assistant for the EVPlayer interface that provides sorting optimization, settings, and more (free via BigBoss repository)

Lynx 2: An all-in-one jailbreak tweak for customizing many facets of the iOS and iPadOS mobile operating systems ($2.00 via Packix repository – review)

NoCarPlaySplashScreen: A jailbreak tweak that disables the splash screen of the CarPlay interface (free via ETHN’s GitHub page)

NoSettingsBadge: Hides the badge on the Settings app icon that pesters you when there’s a pending software update (free via wrp1002 repository – review)

ScreenTimeLocker: Turns the Screen Time feature into a proper app locker (free via Mario Cheung’s repository – review)

微信净化 (WeChat Purification): Cleans up your WeChat user experience (free via BigBoss repository)

Everything else from this week

Apple Unsigns iOS 15.2: Apple has stopped signing iOS & iPadOS 15.2, preventing those who upgraded to iOS or iPadOS 15.2.1 from downgrading.

Best Time-Oriented Jailbreak Tweaks: We show you what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for telling the time and more on iOS 14.

Ian Beer: Renowned security researcher Ian Beer published a kernel vulnerability PoC using a bug patched by iOS & iPadOS 15.2.

Jailbreak iOS or iPadOS 14.6-14.8.1 with checkra1n: Using a special feature in the checkra1n jailbreak, you can pwn even unofficially supported versions of iOS and iPadOS as long as you have a device with an A7-A11 chip.

Wrapping up

That’s where this week’s roundup comes to a close, but we’ll be returning at this same time next week, albeit with updated content that reflects the times.

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Here are some other great jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14 worth checking out:

What has been your favorite jailbreak tweak release or jailbreak-oriented news piece from this past week? We look forward to hearing all about it in the comments section down below.