There are a subset of people in society that purposely set their clocks fast, often by almost 10 minutes or so. This is purportedly supposed to help with chronic lateness, as it makes the individual believe they need to be somewhere 10 minutes earlier than they actually do.
I thoroughly enjoy being able to set an alarm from the convenience of my iPhone’s Clock app. Whether it’s for waking up on time for the daily grind or trying to ensure you don’t forget about an important upcoming event in your day, there’s no disputing its usefulness.
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!
The old saying that goes “out of sight, out of mind” has a lot of truth behind it, and if you border two different time zones or have friends outside of yours, then it can be easy to forget what time it is in that other place.
YouTube is a popular platform for sharing and watching videos, but it also happens to be an excellent time waster for when you’re waiting around for appointments or partaking in activities where time seems to drag because you have nothing else to do.
Have you ever glanced at someone else’s Android 12 device and thought to yourself, “I wish my iPhone’s Lock Screen looked that cool?”
If you answered yes, then you might be excited to learn that there’s a new jailbreak tweak for that.
The iPhone’s native Lock Screen does exactly what it was designed to do – that is, provide a secure layer between the user and your handset’s operating system where you need to authenticate yourself to move forward.
Apple has revived the popular iPhone time picker on iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 that lets you spin the wheel, but with a twist allowing you to switch back to iOS 14's inline selector with a tap.
I like that I can always glance at my Status Bar to see the time or even how much of my battery I have left before I’ll need to need to connect to a charger.
While Apple has experimented with bolder and lighter fonts for the Lock Screen’s date and time display over the years, one thing that certainly hasn’t changed would be the position of this element.
For as long as I can remember, the Lock Screen’s date and time display has been centered somewhere within the top 1/3 of the display. Apple doesn’t provide any options in iOS for customizing the Lock Screen’s date and time display positioning, and with that in mind, it may come as no surprise that the jailbreak community has developed its own means of doing so.
The iPhone’s Status Bar has always been home to a time indicator so that you can always glance there from any interface you might be using to see what time it is. But how many times have you found yourself wondering what the date is — just to find yourself going back to the Home Screen or Lock Screen to check?
I’ve long wondered why the iPhone’s Status Bar didn’t display the date in addition to the time, and interestingly enough, iPadOS now does this natively. This begs the question of why a similar feature isn’t yet available for the iPhone or iPod Touch, especially with the extra vertical real estate afforded by the device’s notch.
When you receive an event invitation, you may have a conflict with the date or time. In the Calendar app, you can propose a new time to the event organizer. This saves you from phone calls or the back and forth via email to reschedule the event. You can propose a new time before or after you accept the event invitation.
Here, we’ll show you how to use the built-in feature for proposing a new time for a Calendar event. And we’ll walk you through it on Mac, iPhone, and iPad.