Some of the best jailbreak tweaks for palera1n on iOS 15

The palera1n jailbreak for A9-A11 chip-equipped iOS & iPadOS 15 and 16 devices took the community by storm as one of the most popular current jailbreak tools. The checkm8 hardware-based bootrom exploit that powers palera1n makes it a popular choice among jailbreakers since this exploit can’t be patched by Apple.

Best palera1n jailbreak tweaks on iOS 15.

But if you aren’t quite sure where to begin in terms of jailbreak tweaks for palera1n, then we’re here to help. Today’s roundup will focus on what we believe are some of the best jailbreak tweaks that appear to work well with palera1n.

The best jailbreak tweaks for palera1n

Checkl0ck – $2.99

Checkl0ck enables Face ID and Touch ID on checkm8-vulnerable jailbroken devices.

Checkl0ck is, at least in my opinion, a must-have jailbreak tweak for any checkm8-vulnerable device that can’t currently set a passcode or use biometric authentication after jailbreak.

With it, you can at least use Face ID or Touch ID to protect your handset from snoopers. The passcode and biometric authentication will only apply in a jailbroken state, but it looks and behaves just like the native experience, so no one would ever think twice about it.

You can learn more about Checkl0ck and where you can get it from in our full review post.

Exiwall – $2.49

Enable iOS 16’s Lock Screen depth effect on older jailbroken devices.

The iOS 16 update makes the Lock Screen look entirely different than it did on previous iterations, so it’s understandable that a lot of people likely question whether they should update or not.

But why bother when you can get the iOS 16 Lock Screen effects on your jailbroken iOS 15 device with Exiwall?

You can learn more about Exiwall and how it ports the wallpaper depth effects from iOS 16 to older devices in our full review post.

Ampere – FREE

Ampere iOS 16 battery level indicator on iOS 15.

Want to get the iOS 16 battery level indicator on your jailbroken iOS 15 device? If so, then Ampere is the way to go.

This jailbreak tweak adjusts the look of the Status Bar’s battery level indicator to show the current numeric battery level percentage in an iOS 16-styled manner.

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

Cylinder Reborn – FREE

Make your Home Screen app icons loop and whirl with Cylinder Reborn.

You will never see a jailbreak tweak roundup from me that doesn’t include the Cylinder Reborn jailbreak tweak if it relates to the topic at hand, and that’s because it’s a totally fun tweak that adds character to your Home Screen.

With Cylinder Reborn, you can customize the paging animations that occur as you swipe from one page of app icons to another. There are tons to choose from, each being as buttery smooth as the next.

You can learn more about Cylinder Reborn and how it works in our full review post.

Axon – FREE

Group your incoming notifications by app with Axon

Almost everyone I know who enjoys jailbreaking uses Axon, a jailbreak tweak that brings a Priority Hub-like experience to the missed notifications on your Lock Screen.

By Priority Hub-like experience, we mean that it groups your notifications by app so that you can more easily distinguish them apart from one another and more quickly decide which ones are important to respond to.

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

BioProtect XS – $2.99

BioProtect XS can protect apps from snoopers.

BioProtect XS is a great way to protect your device from snoopers after you’ve handed your handset over to someone else to look at something on it.

This tweak will require biometric authentication to launch the apps you select, effectively firewalling anyone who tries to open those apps without your permission.

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

PokeCall – $2.00

PokeCall brings a retro Pokémon incoming call interface to jailbroken iPhones.

The PokeCall jailbreak tweak is somewhat of a unique one that Pokémon lovers will enjoy for nostalgic reasons.

With it, all incoming phone calls will show the interface of a Pokémon-style interaction from some of the original GameBoy Pokémon games.

You can learn more about this retro jailbreak tweak in our full review post.

Atria – FREE

Atria lets you customize your Home Screen layout.

Being able to customize your Home Screen’s app icon layout is something of a hallmark feature of jailbreaking, and Atria will let you do this on the palera1n jailbreak.

You can use Atria to adjust your Home Screen app icons’ spacing and widget placement to your liking.

You can learn more about all the different things you can accomplish with Atria in our full review post.

N95 – $0.99

N95 themes the Apple Music Now Playing interface.

There are times when you might want to customize even your Now Playing music experience, and N95 makes that possible in the Apple Music app.

With N95, you can mask the album artwork in the Apple Music app’s Now Playing interface with one of several different special effects.

You can find out more about those effects and how they look in our full review post.

SmartBattery iOS 15 – $1.99

SmartBattery iOS 15

You can better manage your battery life on a jailbroken handset with the SmartBattery iOS 15 jailbreak tweak.

This add-on comes with countless battery saving measures and options to customize battery behavior to suit your needs. With it, you can squeeze every last drop of power out of your capable little battery.

You can find out more about SmartBattery iOS 15 in our full review post.

PullToRespring – FREE

Respring with a pull to refresh gesture.

It’s nice to be able to respring your device whenever you need to, and the PullToRespring jailbreak tweak is one of the cleanest ways to do exactly that.

Once installed, you can use a pull down to refresh gesture in the Settings app to initiate a respring.

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


That wraps up our highest recommended jailbreak tweaks for the palera1n jailbreak — please keep in mind that palera1n supports iOS & iPadOS 15 and 16. These tweaks were tested on iOS 15 and may or may not also support iOS 16.

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