Last Fall a very exciting rumor circulated with some vigor, claiming that new AirPods Pro would come in up to eight different colors. This would mark an aggressive change in Apple's accessory profile, while moving away from the traditional white color scheme. When Apple failed to offer a matching Midnight Green, or any other variation, I turned to ColorWare to solve my AirPods Pro color lust. ColorWare is known across the tech community as the best modification shop and my matte black case and cosmic purple AirPods Pro did not disappoint.
When you work with Pages on your iPhone or iPad, the most convenient features need to be there just like they are when you work with Pages on your Mac. And luckily, Apple is adding more to Pages for iOS all the time.
With a recent update, you can now create custom bullets, choose from new bullet styles, and make your lists in Pages more attractive. Here’s how to customize lists in Pages on iPhone and iPad.
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That means, it's got to be custom, tweaked, or different. This same passion caused me to reach out to ColorWare. The folks over at ColorWare agree—stock is boring. Their online mod shop allows you to order hardware that they customize in their own facility. They sent me some of their work and it’s stunning.
Among all the things you can customize in iOS with a jailbreak, one of the things we've not seen a whole lot of support for is Cydia, which is now fully customizable thanks to Cydia Substrate 1.1.19 and later because it runs as mobile instead of root.
A new jailbreak tweak called Flame, which is available for free in Cydia as of today, fills this void by providing you with an array of new customization features for the entire Cydia app.
Have you been looking for a way to make your iPhone's ringtone more personalized? Do you enjoy listening to jazz ensembles? Well if you answered yes to one of, or (preferably) both of these questions, you need a Singtone.
What's a Singtone? Well it's a ringtone, customized and sung just for you by the folks of Ensemble 101. The group is looking to take its jazz act on the road next year, and they are hoping to use Singtone sales to fund the tour...
Creating custom ringtones is possible without jailbreaking, but it's still not the simplest feat in the world.
Jailbreaking, on the other hand, makes creating custom ringtones extremely easy.
AnyRing is one such jailbreak app dedicated to creating custom ringtones, SMS alerts, and mail alerts. Check out our video highlights of the recently updated app inside.
Tired of the mundane "beep" that Siri does when you initially invoke her? Maybe you found our tutorial on how to make Siri say "Yes?" compelling?
If that wasn't enough for you, then you can take it a step further and create your own custom Siri audio introduction as well. Check inside for our full tutorial...
All kinds of weird and wonderful things pop up at CES, and this year's event was no different. Possibly the most off-the-wall thing we've come across has to be this custom bike, put together by Mark Abate.
If Batman had a bike made that featured an iPad and two LCD panels where the mirrors used to be, then we are fairly certain this is what it would look like! If neon lights and huge speakers aren't enough to get your juices flowing, just look at the size of those tires...
There have been many keyboard tweaks released over the years, and I've had issues with practically all of them.
iKeyWi is the latest keyboard tweak to make its way to Cydia, but this one if probably one of the more stable ones that I've used thus far.
That's not to say that it's not without a few opportunities for improvement, but as you'll see on video, it's a very good start...
As we told you yesterday, iFaith — the Windows based tool that allows you to manage SHSH blobs on all devices sans the iPhone 4S — has been updated with the ability to save iOS 5.x blobs, and create custom firmware that you can use to downgrade your iOS 5 device.
It works very similar to RedSn0w's stitching feature, except the big difference here is that it encompasses Apple's APTicket and features iOS 5 compatibility.
Up until now it was impossible to downgrade an iOS 5.x device to a previous version of iOS 5. That's no longer the case, as our video tutorial shows you inside...
We brought you the teaser trailer, and now we're bringing you the full story.
To celebrate the release of Springtomize 2, we've taken an in-depth look at the sequel to what is already a legendary app for jailbroken iPhones.
Where Springtomize changed the game with an insane amount of options and tweaks to customize the look of your iPhone's SpringBoard, Springtomize 2 is a much more polished rendition built from the ground up for iOS 5.
If you're at all interested in customizing your iPhone, you do not want to miss this video walkthrough...
CustomColor is a jailbreak tweak for those of you wishing to change the colors of your app icon labels. It features separate settings for dock icons and non-dock icons, and features simple RGB sliders to adjust the colors of your labels.
There's even an option to set random colors for each app icon label. In my testing, the tweak worked fairly well, but it's not without its share of issues as you'll notice inside...