If you’re in the market for a jailbreak tweak that makes quick work of personalizing your pwned handset, then we think there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll take an interest in a new and free release called UISwitch Changer by iOS developer ElioFegh.
Keeping up with the latest jailbreak hubbub these days can be a challenge, especially with everyone having discussions on a wide variety of platforms. Thankfully, we’re here to help bring it all together into one convenient place.
If you’re poking around looking for some news about the iPhone and iPad jailbreak community, then you’ve come to the right place. iDB proudly monitors new developments in the community to keep our readers up to date.
iDB is proud to bring our readers yet another jailbreak-based roundup that goes over all the latest content spanning the course of this past week — that is, Monday, June 27th to Sunday, July 3rd.
As you watch videos in the YouTube app for iOS, you may occasionally come across one that displays an “Includes Paid Promotion” banner across the top of the video.
Wondering what’s new in the jailbreak community lately? You’re definitely not alone, and while the continued wait for an iOS & iPadOS 15 jailbreak has certainly slowed things down as far as releases go, iDB is happy to provide a roundup of all the latest content from this past week so you can ensure you haven’t missed a beat.
Every app on your iPhone or iPad has a version number that helps you distinguish whether it’s up to date or not, but have you ever maybe wanted to spoof that number?
Things have been particularly crazy for Apple device owners recently amid all the iOS & iPadOS 16 teasers at WWDC this year, but true-to-heart jailbreakers continue to hold out by running jailbreakable firmware.
Looking for that next fun and quirky jailbreak tweak that’ll have your friends drooling over your pwned handset? Look no further than a free release called RunnerPi by iOS developer Sugiuta.
It’s that time of the week again, which means we’re coming at you with a roundup of all the latest jailbreak news content and tweak releases from this past week.
Just as every iPhone has its UI animations that greet the user at every turn, every iPhone owner has their own preference in terms of how zippy said animations should be.
Everyone can agree that having fast on-demand access to your favorite apps is nothing short of convenient, so it’s rather interesting to see that Apple hasn’t yet added an app launcher or something like it to the iOS platform — not even in the announcement for iOS 16 this week.