Do you have a soft spot for the timeless aesthetic of an analog clock? If so, then a new jailbreak tweak subtly named Analog by iOS developer ginsudev could be right up your alley!
When choosing a wallpaper in your iPhone’s Settings app, you’ll notice that Apple went the extra mile to provide two versions of each native wallpaper – one for use in dark mode, and another for use in light mode. Sadly, the list of native wallpapers feels particularly limited.
One thing about jailbreakers is that they like to be unique, especially in how they exhibit their iPhones to stand out from the non-jailbreakers around them. The plethora of flashy themes, user interface reworks, and custom animations available in the vast number of repositories are all wonderful examples of this.
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If you’re jailbroken and interested in a slick new jailbreak tweak bundle released just in time for this holiday season, then a new release called Metamorphosis by iOS developer Sirius24 just might tickle your fancy.
One thing that gets me super excited about having a jailbreak is that I can use jailbreak tweaks to enhance the animations for the things I do most.
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.
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.
One thing I’ve noticed over the years about keeping a battery-powered wonder device in your pocket is that you tend to spend a lot of time peeking at the battery level to ensure it’s not going to die anytime soon.
The Home Screen contains icons for every app you have on your iPhone, but a reserved place exists at the bottom of the Home Screen where for you to store shortcuts to your four favorite apps. We commonly refer to this the Dock.
Want an Android 12-inspired Lock Screen on the face of your jailbroken iPhone? If so, then we’ve got a treat for you.