A significant part of owning an iPhone is that you might add new contacts to your Contacts app from time to time, be it to send text messages or to place phone calls. But did you know you can enhance the contact list interaction experience with jailbreak tweaks?
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iPhone and iPad jailbreakers that use a Mac as their primary personal computer often wonder why Apple didn’t include certain features in iOS or iPadOS that exist in macOS. Fortunately, jailbreaking means they don’t need to settle.
If you’re jailbroken right now, then it’s because you’re on iOS or iPadOS 14 or earlier. Many continue to patiently wait for a jailbreak on iOS or iPadOS 15, but now that the deadline to DelayOTA to iOS 15.1.x has expired, many are left wondering what jailbreak tweaks they can use to simulate an iOS or iPadOS 15-like experience on their pwned iOS or iPadOS 14 device.
Apple has a habit of staggering colors for its devices, especially the iPhone. The company has a few, or maybe even a bit more than a few depending on the model, different choices at launch, and oftentimes at least one of those colors is a pretty hot commodity right out of the gate. But then, months later, we're suddenly introduced to a new color that's not too bad, either! And maybe even your favorite color! But, six months in and you probably already have the iPhone that just got a color refresh.
While a lot of iPhone and iPad users have a Mac as their primary computer, that isn’t the case for everyone. A significant number of iPhone and iPad users have Windows-based PCs instead, and there are several jailbreak tweaks that can make these users feel more at home with the Apple ecosystem.
It hasn't happened yet, but word on the street is that in the very near future Apple is going to launch a brand new, redesigned MacBook Air. One of the talking points is that the new design will drop the tapered shell that Apple has used since the MacBook Air's debut. Another, though, is that Apple is going to add some color to the lineup.
Both the iPhone and the iPad harbor various system sounds that play when you conduct certain actions on the device. These sounds may pertain to notifications, user interface interaction, or something else entirely.
Many of the apps Apple pre-installs on iPhones and iPads get the job done for the average user. But any needs beyond that are best satisfied by third-party apps that can be had from the App Store.
While it's technically true in every ecosystem, it's particularly egregious in Apple's: staying productive is typically defined by the products we use. It's why folks who watched the MacBook Pro evolve into something far less "pro" were so adamant Apple was losing touch. Removing features in a device that's meant to get a lot of work done isn't a great move.
The bulk of jailbreak tweak releases today are centered around iPhone users, which can be a bit disheartening if you have a jailbroken iPad at your disposal.
Ever since the first iPhone made its grand debut, smartphones have primarily been all about looking at a sheet of glass. It might be hard to remember, or impossible to imagine even in todays' world of foldable phones, but just before Apple unveiled its first phone, the industry had some pretty unique designs out there. And then it all kind of started to look . . . the same.