Some of the best iOS 14 jailbreak tweaks for macOS users

iPhone and iPad jailbreakers that use a Mac as their primary personal computer often wonder why Apple didn’t include certain features in iOS or iPadOS that exist in macOS. Fortunately, jailbreaking means they don’t need to settle.

In today’s roundup, we’ll be discussing what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for those using iOS or iPadOS 14 who desire macOS-inspired features on their pwned iPhone or iPad.

So without wasting even another moment of your time, how about we dive right into it?

The best macOS-inspired jailbreak tweaks for iOS 14

LendMyPhone 4 – $3.99

One of the things that macOS users get to enjoy that iPhone and iPad users don’t is a native guest mode, which allows strangers to sign in an use the device without having their own personal account and while insulating your personal data from their own.

LendMyPhone 4 is a jailbreak tweak that tries to replicate this experience on pwned iPhones and iPads running iOS or iPadOS 14. It does so by letting the primary user designate a guest account and then limiting it to specific apps and functions that insulate the primary user’s data from the other user.

You can learn more about LendMyPhone 4 and how it works in our full review post.

Are You Sur? – FREE

Users of macOS Big Sur would have instantly recognized the changes to the native notification system compared to the previous macOS iteration. Meanwhile, the notification system on iOS & iPadOS continues to look rather similar to how it always has.

Are You Sur? is a free jailbreak tweak that brings macOS Big Sur-inspired notification pop-up and alert aesthetics to jailbroken iPhones and iPads running iOS or iPadOS 14.

You can find out more about Are You Sur? and where you can get it from in our full review post.

Destra – $0.99

Another jailbreak tweak for making your pwned iPhone or iPad’s notifications more macOS-esque is Destra.

It’s quite a bit different than the tweak we showed you above, instead focusing on the actual notification banners instead of prompts and pop-up alerts, but it’s still a great way to add some macOS flavor to your handset.

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

Dock Indicators – FREE

One of the signature features of macOS is the Dock, and while the iPhone and iPad also have their own Dock, they’re not quite as advanced as the one found in macOS.

Dock Indicators is at least one way to get a macOS Dock-inspired feature on the iPhone and iPad, and as the name implies, it deals directly with the app icon indicators that denote whether the app is running in the background or not.

You can find out more about Dock Indicators in our full review post.

BigSurCenter – $1.99

Another part of macOS that seems to go just swell with iOS & iPadOS 14 is the Control Center interface, and BigSurCenter is a jailbreak tweak that ports the familiar interface to pwned iPhones and iPads.

The tweak is highly configurable and it looks absolutely stunning. It’s well worth every cent for anyone who appreciates good eye candy.

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

Xenon – $1.99

Xenon is a jailbreak tweak that I instantly fell in love with because it lets me browse my iPhone or iPad’s native file system right from the comfort of my Mac or PC’s native file browser — be it Finder or Windows Explorer.

While the tweak isn’t available for purchase anymore due to a decision made by the developer, I still wanted to mention how much I enjoyed using the tweak. Additionally, anyone who already owns it can still download it from the hosting repository.

You can find out more about Xenon and what you could do with it in our full review post.

MacPass – FREE

If you want your iPhone or iPad’s passcode interface to look and behave more like the one on your Mac, then you’re absolutely going to want to check out a free jailbreak tweak called MacPass.

This tweak nails the macOS Lock Screen aesthetics right down to the profile picture and power buttons below the password entry area.

You can find out more about MacPass and why it’s a marvelous upgrade for supported devices in our full review post.

Boardy – $1.99

Your iPhone or iPad’s clipboard can be seamlessly linked with the one on your Mac or PC with the help of a jailbreak tweak dubbed Boardy.

With it, you can copy or cut something on your iPhone or iPad and then instantly paste it on your Mac or PC. It’s a very handy add-on for power users who need more flexibility between devices, and it’s perfect for your jailbroken iOS or iPadOS 14 device.

You can learn more about Boardy in our full review post.

Touchbar – $1.00

Last on today’s list, but almost certainly not least, is Touchbar.

This conspicuously-named jailbreak tweak brings a MacBook Pro-inspired floating Touch Bar UI to your jailbroken iPhone or iPad, enabling you to perform actions with a single touch on one of the bar’s buttons.

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


There are plenty of jailbreak tweaks for iOS & iPadOS 14 that bring macOS-inspired features to the iPhone or iPad, or that simply make integrating the two operating systems more seamless than they would be out of the box.

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If you think we missed anything important in this list, then we welcome your comments below, as you just might help a fellow jailbreaker stumble upon the dream tweak they’ve been looking for.