While I’ve always enjoyed having a background behind my iPhone’s Home Screen Dock, the fact remains that there are a substantial number of jailbreakers that partake in even more extreme forms of minimalism than me.
The Home Screen contains icons for every app you have on your iPhone, but a reserved place exists at the bottom of the Home Screen where for you to store shortcuts to your four favorite apps. We commonly refer to this the Dock.
The Dock is something that most iPhone users would associate with the Home Screen, especially because it’s been present there since the dawn of the iPhone in 2007.
But would you like it if the Dock became accessible from other places? That’s the idea, at least, with a new jailbreak tweak being called DockLS by iOS developer ginsudev.
Anyone that searches the web all the time will find value in something that can make that job easier, and that’s just one reason why a newly released jailbreak tweak called DockSearch by iOS developer ginsudev could be of interest; especially if this unique categorization applies to you.
Most iOS 14 users are familiar with the App Library by now. For those who aren’t, it’s the additional page all the way to the right of the Home Screen that sorts your installed apps by their categories.
If you have an iPad with a modern version of iPadOS installed on it, then you already know just how awesome Apple made the Dock experience to be on its tablet platform in the name of multitasking.
Unlike the iPhone’s Dock, which only displays up to four user-selected app icons at all times, the iPad’s Dock does this on the left side separated by a list of recently used apps on the right side. These ‘sides’ are separated by a vertical line.
The Dock is a place on your Home Screen to store some of your favorite apps. Its useful because it follows you from one page to the next so that you don’t have to go out of your way to search for those specific apps in the future.
I use my Dock all the time, but I certainly wish Apple offered a little more in the customization department. For that reason, I can recommend a new jailbreak tweak called DockX Reborn by iOS developer Mudi47 to anyone who feels the same way I do.
If after jailbreaking your iPhone, you’ve started looking for a fun and quirky way to customize the Home Screen’s aesthetics, then we’ve got a treat for you.
PhotoDock is a newly released and free jailbreak tweak developed by PopsicleTreehouse that lets users set a custom background image for the Home Screen’s Dock.
If you just jailbroke your iPhone or iPad on iOS or iPadOS 14 with the newly updated unc0ver jailbreak tool this past weekend, then you might be interested in finding some jailbreak tweaks to get your handset customization off to an acceptable start.
With that in mind, we’ll take this moment to recommend a newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed ColourMyDock by iOS developer TitanD3v, which allows jailbreakers to colorize their Home Screen’s Dock color with ease.
Accessory maker Kensington at CES 2021 today announced its new docking station for the iPad and iPad Pro that expands the tablet's connectivity options with additional ports for your convince. It also doubles as a multi device wireless charger with a pair of Qi charging pads for your iPhone and AirPods, plus an optional Apple Watch charger.
When Apple launched the iPhone X back in 2018, we knew the company was transitioning into a new hardware era. It wasn’t long before Apple ditched Home Button-equipped handsets altogether, paving the way for a more advanced gesture-driven user experience that could be enjoyed on a larger edge-to-edge display.
For those who still have an older Home Button-equipped iPhone, the user experience isn’t quite as robust as it would be on a notched handset by comparison. For that reason, iOS developer Ryan Nair launched Little12, a free jailbreak tweak that back-ports several of the gestures and features from notched devices (and then some) to non-notched devices.
Accessory vendor Plugable today released the latest addition to its Thunderbolt 3 docking station lineup. The cryptically named TBT3-UDC3 maximizes performance and keeps workflow running smoothly with a compelling 100W of power delivery while also incorporating a pair of USB-C ports for easy data transfer, two video outs, a bunch of legacy ports and more.