Depending on how much time you spend typing away on your jailbroken iPhone, be it small text messages throughout the day or major word documents once in a while, you just might find solace in add-ons that make typing and text editing less cumbersome.
Depending on the version of iPadOS your iPad is running, you might not be able to search for Emojis from your on-screen touch keyboard as you can on your iPhone. Fortunately, there’s now a jailbreak tweak that can help with that!
If there’s one thing that almost every jailbreaker likes to do after they learn that they’re free from Apple’s restrictive clutch, it’s giving the iOS user interface a fresh coat of paint.
In many cases, this means tinting the operating system with your favorite color scheme, or changing the color of smaller components of the user interface that you don’t like as they come out of the box. This includes the iPhone’s keyboard, and if you’re interested in giving the keyboard a new splash of color, then a jailbreak tweak called KBColor by iOS developer Mostafa can provide enough customization to help you get the job done.
As a chronic Dark Mode user on my iPhones and iPads, I’ve grown accustomed to displays that don’t sear my eyes out of their sockets when I operate my mobile device. In essence, I like the interface to be as dark as it possibly can be, even if Apple doesn’t want it to be.
Apple's colorful iMac ships with redesigned Magic Keyboards that you couldn't buy as a standalone accessory, until today. Versions with and without Touch ID are available, with the former requiring an Apple silicon Mac to function.
If you're a fan of mechanical keyboards, but feel forced to use a scissor-switch keyboard instead (or, worse, Apple's butterfly keyboard!), then Epomaker may have just unveiled a worthwhile option for you.
This new mechanical keyboard (via The Verge) is a compact option, designed to be easily portable so you can bring it with you wherever you might need to get some typing done. The idea is pretty unique, albeit not exclusive: a small keyboard that's designed to sit right on top of the built-in keyboard on your MacBook. Size wise, it'll fit right atop the 12-inch MacBook's butterfly keyboard.
Logitech offers plenty of iPad keyboard options with its Combo Touch family of keyboard covers. They come in various iPad Pro, iPad and iPad Air sizes. In this hands-on video walkthrough, we take you on a tour of Logitech's Combo Keyboard for Apple's new iPad Air 4.
We’ve been on a mission to increase the visibility of quality jailbreak tweaks for specialized areas of iOS for quite a few weeks now, having already showcased curated lists for Control Center, the Home Screen, the Messages app, and the Now Playing interface. But believe us when we say we aren’t stopping there.
Given that the keyboard is something that most iPhone and iPad users will interact with hundreds of times each day, this seemed like another important niche that needed attention. That’s why today we will be curating a list of some of the best jailbreak tweaks for augmenting the keyboard on jailbroken iOS 14 devices.
iPhone owners have been begging Apple to implement some sort of Android-style keyboard haptic feedback for as long as I can remember.
Fast forward to the post-Taptic Engine world we live in today, and we still don’t have the option to enable keyboard haptic feedback on stock iPhones.
Getting to your iPhone or iPad’s UDID (unique device identifier) is more work than it should be. Ordinary users can connect their device to a computer or visit a specialized website to view their handset’s UDID. Jailbreakers have the option find their UDID in their favorite package manager.
But even after finding it, there’s sometimes a need to copy and paste the UDID elsewhere, such as for certain jailbreak tweak activations and other fringe scenarios.
I use Bluetooth audio devices just as often as the next guy — whether it’s a pair if AirPods or Bluetooth headphones for personal music consumption or taking a phone call, or a simple Bluetooth speaker to keep the party raging.
As much as I love the convenience wireless audio transmission for these purposes, one thing that really annoys me is the pecking and popping of my keyboard on these Bluetooth devices when I’m typing a text message reply or searching the web.
Logitech dropped an improved version of its Combo Touch keyboard with a built-in trackpad for the 2021 iPad Pro, and our videographer Harris Craycraft has taken a closer look at it.