Every Sunday morning, we curate a dedicated list of all the past week’s jailbreak tweak releases and jailbreak-centric news content, and this Sunday will be no different.
If you have any of Apple’s Bluetooth earbud or headphone offerings that support active noise cancellation and transparency mode, then you already know just how useful these features can seem. On the other hand, these features need to be toggled manually by the end user, which takes some of the ‘magic’ out of them.
One of the things that I like about iOS is how it automatically brightens the display when showing a coupon or pass from the native Wallet app. While the intent behind this feature was to make scanning bar or QR codes easier, there are other apps where auto display brightness adjustments could be useful.
It’s absolutely frustrating when your iPhone’s battery dies on you mid-game or while watching the climax of your favorite movie. Having said that, don’t you sometimes wish you had enough of a heads up to run and fetch your charger before that happens?
Apple hasn’t done all that much to make the iPhone’s Lock Screen any different in the past several iterations of iOS. Having said that, anyone feeling even slightly thirsty for something different might find a newly released jailbreak tweak dubbed Sh4dow by iOS developer sugiuta to be refreshing sight.
It was only around two weeks ago that we showed you a jailbreak called dubbed Axe that upgraded the Status Bar’s battery level indicator with a slow-shifting color based on the percentage of your battery.
With all the apps out there that like to pry at your device’s location all the time, it’s no wonder that jailbreakers take their handset’s location service usage very seriously.
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.
Do you want to delete an app from your iPhone but can't find it anywhere on the Home Screen? If yes, this brief guide shows you four ways to delete invisible apps from your iPhone or iPad. Doing this will declutter things and free up local storage. Here's how.
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.
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You can find most types of information specific to your iPhone or iPad in the native Settings app, but some tidbits of information are expressly hidden from users because Apple simply thinks it’s better that way.