Starting with iOS 14, Apple allowed users to put widgets on the iPhone Home Screen. One of the widget apps that went viral around that time is Widgetsmith, and it quickly grew into one of the fan favorites.
It lets you add several kinds of widgets like time, date, photos, calendar, weather, astronomy, health, tides, reminders, custom text, and even blank space on the Home Screen. In this tutorial, we show you how to use Widgetsmith on iPhone running iOS 14, iOS 15, or later.
Veteran jailbreakers will be familiar with Barrel, which was perhaps one of the most popular jailbreak tweaks of all time. It essentially allowed you to change the paging animation exhibited by swiping from one Home Screen page to the next, and to say it was a hit would be an understatement.
One of my longtime favorite replacements for native Home Screen folders on jailbroken iPhones is Zenith, a re-make of the popular Apex tweak from way back in the day that would let you organize app icons into stacks. Regrettably, Zenith hasn’t been updated to support iOS 14.
Starting with iOS 14, you can have an iPhone Home Screen with no app icons on it - similar to what Android users have had for a long time. This tutorial shows you how to hide all apps from the Home Screen in the simplest possible way on your iPhone running iOS 14 or iOS 15.
After this, the wallpaper you set won't be obstructed by app icons and will look beautiful on full screen.
Helping our readers discover the best jailbreak tweaks for their iPhones and iPads is a top priority for the iDB staff, and that’s why we take the time to curate specialized lists of the best jailbreak tweaks for particular facets of iOS and/or iPadOS 14.
With iOS 14 and later, you can hide all the Home Screen pages except one. In addition to giving a clean look, it also makes reaching the App Library quicker. Plus, if you want to hide some apps, you can place them on one of the Home Screens and hide that page.
In this quick tutorial, we show you how to hide Home Screen pages, move them around to rearrange them, and delete the ones you no longer need.
Whether you’re a power user or a developer and advanced features matter to you more than the average Joe, a free jailbreak tweak dubbed 3Developer by iOS developer hearsedev could prove to be rather a handy add-on for you.
If you’re jailbroken and interested in a slick new jailbreak tweak bundle released just in time for this holiday season, then a new release called Metamorphosis by iOS developer Sirius24 just might tickle your fancy.
Among several of my favorite things to do with a jailbroken iPhone or iPad, creating shortcuts to my most-used apps and features ranks high on my list.
Do you have such a useful app on your iPhone that you want to have its app icon on multiple Home Screens? In the past, you could only have an app either on the Dock or any one of the Home Screens. But thanks to a hidden trick in iOS 15, you can create app icons of the same app on the Dock and other Home Screens. You can even have the same app multiple times on the same Home Screen! Let us show you how.
The process of deleting apps from your iPhone or iPad’s Home Screen has changed slightly over the years, as the user must now navigate a Haptic Touch menu before entering ‘jiggle’ mode to reveal the app deletion buttons.
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.