Want transparent icons on your iPhone Home screen? This tutorial will teach you how to create blank icons, no jailbreak or hack required. This is the perfect way to show off your wallpaper or simply have a set up different from the millions of iPhones out there.
Tucked away amid a flurry of new reports covering upcoming new features in Apple’s operating system updates, like Theater Mode on Apple Watch and Siri in watch apps, Night Shift on Mac and Find My AirPods on iPhone, Apple yesterday quietly announced that developers will soon be allowed to change their app’s Home screen icon programmatically, whenever they like.
In other words, an update is no longer required to push out the new icon artwork.
The seemingly unimportant change opens up a world of new possibilities for interactions with your favorite apps that simply were not possible before.
Springtomize is one of my favorite jailbreak tweaks ever released because of its Swiss Army Knife-like appeal, but I also understand there are some jailbreakers who don’t want to spend money in the Cydia store.
To those people, I present a new free tweak called Calypso 2.
9to5Mac claimed back in January that Siri would be finally coming to the Mac via the forthcoming OS X 10.12 software update this fall. Today, MacRumors published a genuine looking image that purportedly shows a colorful Siri icon sitting in OS X’s Dock, adding fuel to the Siri for Mac rumors.
Another screenshot appears to show a Siri icon sitting in the Mac’s menu bar at the top. The publication says that these screenshots were sent to them by a source “who has provided us with reliable information about Apple’s software plans in the past”.
If you have ever wanted to reset the Home screen’s app icon layout to factory settings, then you might be happy to hear that there’s an easier way than moving the app icons all back to where they were one by one.
Instead, in this tutorial, we’ll be showing you how you can reset the Home screen app icon layout automatically in just a few seconds.
Find out how to hide the icons for Hard disks, External disks, CDs, DVDs, iPods, and Connected servers from your desktop. By simply removing them from your desktop, you get a cleaner experience. Besides, you can still access these items from the Finder. We show you how!