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Anyone that has paid attention to the iOS 16 betas would know that the most recent added a much-anticipated battery percentage to the Status Bar’s battery level indicator on notched devices. The battery percentage remains available on non-notched devices as it always has been.
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.
Jailbreak hopefuls have been particularly on edge over the last several weeks, especially as the Odyssey Team ramps up teasers and status updates regarding the upcoming Cheyote jailbreak tool for iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1.
The DelayOTA method of upgrading to unsigned firmware became popular starting with iOS & iPadOS 15, especially given the fact that the Odyssey Team’s upcoming Cheyote jailbreak for iOS & iPadOS 15 wouldn’t support any version newer than 15.1.1.
Hyperixa is out with another jailbreak tweak release this weekend, the latest of which is being called Logger.
While there are tons of great single-purpose jailbreak tweaks for pwned iOS 14 devices, it’s indeed true that we can sometimes get more bang for our buck with ‘do it all’ or ‘all in one’ jailbreak tweaks that offer customization options for more than one aspect of Apple’s mobile operating systems.
When you turn on Do Not Disturb mode on iOS 14, you’re served with a persistent Lock Screen banner notification that reminds you of the feature being turned on and when it’s expected to turn off.
Over the course of this past weekend weekend, we witnessed the release of another iOS 9 jailbreak called Blizzard, which supports legacy 32-bit devices running iOS 9.0-9.3.6.
YouTube regularly implements new features into its iOS & iPadOS apps as experiments, and sometimes, those features are only made available to a small subset of users around the world while the experiment takes place. In other words, some users may see those new features, while others don’t.
The jailbreak community is ramping up with excitement again as the Odyssey Team gets increasingly close to finishing up and releasing the upcoming Cheyote jailbreak tool for iOS & iPadOS 15.0-15.1.1.
There’s a new jailbreak tool in town, but before you jump to any conclusions and run to grab that dusty iOS or iPadOS 15 device you’ve been hanging onto, let’s just clear the air really quick – the tool in question is only intended for 32-bit iOS 9 devices.
Just this week, Hyperixa released a neat little app called IPSW, which could be used to see if a particular iPhone or iPad firmware version was being signed by Apple at the time of checking. The IPSW app was first made available for jailbroken iPhones and iPads via package managers such as Cydia, Sileo, and Zebra.