Most iPhone users are familiar with the trackpad feature on the software keyboard — the thing where you can tap and drag on the space bar to place the cursor anywhere in a body of text that you want.
Phone displays are only getting larger and larger as time goes on, and the iPhone is no exception to that concept. Unfortunately, with notifications usually manifesting at the top of the screen, the larger display can make reaching them a challenge.
It was only last month that Instagram made it possible to like other users’ Stories from the app. Much like the like button found elsewhere on the platform and on competing social media sites, this feature offers a sign of approval from users to the original poster, but some users are finding it all too easy to accidentally tap on the aforementioned like button.
Nine times out of ten, you’re going to see jailbreakers using older iPhones with not-so-current versions of iOS on them, and this tends to pose an issue when you’re also trying to get the latest and greatest Apple Watch and load the newest version of watchOS on it.
The Control Center interface typically exhibits a blurred background, but if you want something exhibiting a more extreme form of minimalism, then you might prefer a totally blacked out Control Center background instead.
As notifications stack up on the Lock Screen and in Notification Center while you’re away, you might find yourself coming back to a colorful mess of missed notifications.
An interesting concept for jailbreakers that could merit attention appears to be in the form of a free jailbreak tweak called SleepAid by iOS developer LucifersCircle.
Want to give your jailbroken iPhone or iPad an aesthetic boost with respect to the Control Center interface? If you answered yes to that question, then we’ve got just the solution for you.
Earlier in the week, we wrote a tutorial showcasing how you could install the iOS & iPadOS 15.4 Emojis on your jailbroken iOS or iPadOS 14 device via jailbreak tweaks and font add-ons by iOS developer PoomSmart.
It would be a good idea for jailbreakers who take advantage of the Substitute tweak injection method to open their preferred package manager and refresh their sources this morning.
Jailbreakers of the modern day should be vividly familiar with AltDaemon, the useful utility for jailbroken iPhones and iPads that works in unison with AltStore to install, refresh, and update sideloaded apps without a computer.
Jailbreak tweak and theme developers typically use repositories such as BigBoss, Chariz, or Packix to host their work. But with more developers opting to host packages on their own private repositories, your package manager app’s repository list has likely grown much longer today than it would have been 10 years ago.