For aesthetics or practical reasons, you can put a timestamp over your photos to make it clear when it was taken. In this tutorial, we will show you how to quickly add the current date and time over your pictures or use a camera app that automatically adds a timestamp over the photos it takes.
Around three months ago, we showed you a jailbreak tweak called Tappy by iOS developer b4db1r3 that would let you tap on the Status Bar’s time indicator to reveal a date display, and it was a hit.
TrollStore is a great way to enjoy hacks and UI enhancements on both jailbroken and non-jailbroken iOS 14.0-15.4.1 (and some 15.5 and 15.6 beta builds), and a new and free TrollStore-compatible add-on called SecondHand by iOS developer LeminLimez certainly grabbed our attention.
Keeping your devices' date, time, and time zone settings up-to-date is crucial for ensuring accurate scheduling, time-based reminders, and smooth functioning of various applications.
Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV offer several ways to change the date, time, and time zone settings, both automatically and manually. In this article, we will explore different methods to update the time and date settings on your Apple devices, so you can stay on top of your busy schedule and never miss an important event.
Sometimes you want to check the date really quick without leaving the app you’re in, and while you could to do that by swiping down to look at Notification Center, iOS developer b4db1r3 is out with a new and free jailbreak tweak called Tappy that just seems more convenient.
All the slick new things you can do with Lock Screen customization on Apple’s new iOS 16 mobile operating system have left jailbreakers stuck on older firmware salivating. Of course, jailbreak developers have already ported some of those features to older firmware and devices.
With a newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed DateFormatter by iOS developer Saud Alshaman, jailbreakers can effortlessly change the format of the date indicator that appears just underneath the time on the Lock Screen.
Your iPhone’s Lock Screen displays the date just underneath the time so that you can always reference what day it is from a convenient place. But it’s worth noting that some people like to format their dates differently than others.
If you’re in the market to enhance your iPhone’s Status Bar with a more detailed time display, then we think there’s a humble chance that you just might appreciate a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called date bar by iOS developer ElioFegh.
Apple has revived the popular iPhone time picker on iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 that lets you spin the wheel, but with a twist allowing you to switch back to the inline selector with a tap. Let me tell you all about it.
While Apple has experimented with bolder and lighter fonts for the Lock Screen’s date and time display over the years, one thing that certainly hasn’t changed would be the position of this element.
The iPhone’s Status Bar has always been home to a time indicator so that you can always glance there from any interface you might be using to see what time it is. But how many times have you found yourself wondering what the date is — just to find yourself going back to the Home Screen or Lock Screen to check?
I’ve long wondered why the iPhone’s Status Bar didn’t display the date in addition to the time, and interestingly enough, iPadOS now does this natively. This begs the question of why a similar feature isn’t yet available for the iPhone or iPod Touch, especially with the extra vertical real estate afforded by the device’s notch.