Jailbreak tweaks of the week: RunnerPi, BigSurCenter, & other tidbits

Things have been particularly crazy for Apple device owners recently amid all the iOS & iPadOS 16 teasers at WWDC this year, but true-to-heart jailbreakers continue to hold out by running jailbreakable firmware.

In today’s roundup, we’ll be going over all the latest jailbreak news and jailbreak tweak content spanning the week of Monday, June 13th to Sunday, June 19th. As usual, we’ll begin with our favorite releases and outline everything else afterward.

So without wasting another moment of your time, let’s jump right into it.

Our favorite releases this week

RunnerPi – FREE

RunnerPi is a free jailbreak tweak that displays an animated sprinting Pikachu on your iPhone’s Lock Screen when you connect the device to a power source.

The sprinting Pikachu is closely trailed by a “charging” text string to let you know when your device is actively gathering power from any power source.

You can learn more about RunnerPi and where you can get it from in our full review post.

Other releases this week

Acies: A redesigned Lock Screen for iOS 14 devices (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

Analog: Puts an analog-style clock on your iPhone’s Lock Screen instead of a digital one (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

AndroBar: Brings an Android-inspired navigation bar to jailbroken iPhones (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

BigSurCenter: Brings a macOS Big Sur-inspired Control Center experience to your jailbroken iPhone or iPad on iOS or iPadOS 13 or 14 ($1.99 via Havoc repository – review)

DankTime: Makes the Status Bar clock display 4:20 even when you’re using 24-hour time when the clock strikes 16:20 (free via bongs repository)

DockLS: Lets jailbreakers have access to the Home Screen Dock even when on the Lock Screen (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

DockSearch: Lets jailbreakers initiate a web search right from their Home Screen’s Dock (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

Dodo: A beautifully redesigned Lock Screen experience for jailbroken iPhones (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

DualClock 2: Adds a second clock to your jailbroken iPhone’s Lock Screen so that you can keep track of a second time zone more easily (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

Gradi: Brings a YouTube Music-inspired Now Playing widget to the iOS platform (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

LockApps: Brings an expandable app drawer to your jailbroken iPhone’s Lock Screen (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

NotchBanners: Brings properly-sized notification banners to notched iPhones (free via Ginsu’s repository – review)

StepNumber助手: Keeps track of and records the number of steps you make with your iPhone (free via BigBoss repository)

Everything else from this week

Best Notes Jailbreak Tweaks: iDB shows you what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for the Notes app in iOS & iPadOS 14.

Ned Williamson: Google Project Zero security researcher Ned Williamson has teased a kernel-level vulnerability PoC for iOS & iPadOS 15.4.1 and below that he plans to discuss at Black Hat 2022z

That brings this week’s jailbreak-centric roundup to an end, however we’ll be right back at this same time next week with a roundup just like this one, albeit with refreshed content.

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What was your favorite jailbreak tweak release or news tidbit from this past week? Be sure to discuss in the comments section down below.