Apple finally gave us a reinstated battery percentage for notched iPhones running iOS 16 after initially mixing it when the iPhone X launched, but at least one jailbreak tweak developer appears to have a completely different battery level indicator in mind.
A redesign of the iPhone's Camera app could move some of the controls like flash and Live Photo to the iOS status bar, creating more room for viewfinder preview.
Apple may use the iPhone 14's rumored pill-shaped notch to display the privacy dots instead of the iOS status bar when the camera or microphone is being used .
If you’re in the market to enhance your iPhone’s Status Bar with a more detailed time display, then we think there’s a humble chance that you just might appreciate a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called date bar by iOS developer ElioFegh.
There’s no shortage of people who like to stay on top of the weather, especially during stormy seasons. You can have all the weather apps you want, but you won’t be able to see what’s happening outside unless you actually open those apps.
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.
iOS 16 brings back the ability to display battery percentage in the status bar so it's visible at all times. But does your iPhone support it?
If customizing your iPhone’s Status Bar sounds like something you’d like to do, then a new jailbreak tweak release called Status Bar Changer by iOS developer ElioFegh should definitely be on your radar.
Want to upgrade the aesthetics of your otherwise bland jailbroken iPhone’s Status Bar? If you answered yes to that question, then we’ve got just the add-on for you.
Focus mode lets you silence alerts and notifications so that you can focus on other tasks. When a Focus mode is active, it shows an icon in the top status bar and Lock Screen. You can customize this icon with one of 38 symbols such as smiling emoji, books, graduation cap, home, train, fire, bulb, sunset, heart, star, guitar, and more.
Here's how to show an emoji on the top of your iPhone screen.
iOS 15 made several improvements to the iPhone’s native Do Not Disturb feature, essentially rebranding it as “Focus” and adding new features. So we would understand if you feel like you’re missing out while using a jailbroken iOS 14 device.
When attempting to measure your iPhone’s wireless signal strength, be it cellular or Wi-Fi, you will often see dBm (decibel milliwatts) used for the unit of measure for your received signal strength.