The Calculator app is something I use on my iPhone rather regularly, but I often find opening and using the app to feel slow and inefficient, especially when I’m already doing something in a different app that prompts me to use the Calculator app in the first place.
Anyone who might be in the market for a redesigned Lock Screen might be in luck thanks to the release of a new and free jailbreak tweak called Pom Pom by iOS developer thatcluda.
Sometimes when you come across something interesting on a website, you can’t help but want to research it further. The same thing might happen if you’re browsing social media, such as Twitter.
Since the Home Screen is something that iPhone and iPad users interact with every time they pick up their device to use an app, it would make sense that users may want to customize it a whole lot more than Apple allows out of the box.
Just a couple of months ago, iDB showcased was was previously an upcoming jailbreak tweak dubbed Sydney, which was under development for the purpose of giving jailbreakers the ability to customize their Apple Pay user experience in a plethora of different ways. As of Sunday, however, Sydney is officially available to the masses.
Wallpaper selection is one of the most intimate forms of user customization that we get on the iPhone, and while customization options are definitely more expansive on jailbroken handsets, the wallpaper remains an important part of that.
Depending on the habits to have when placing phone calls via your iPhone, you might find a newly released and free jailbreak tweak dubbed KeepQuietUntilConnected by iOS developer Mario Cheung to be a pleasant asset.
Apple goes above and beyond to make the iOS platform more enjoyable with every major yearly iteration, but one facet of the operating system that hasn’t changed very much over the years is the Phone app’s native interface.
The Twitter app now features an edge-to-edge timeline that lots of users have surely come to love, but for every person who loves the change, you can bet there’s somebody who hates it.
Apple doesn’t want its users using the native screen recording feature baked into iOS or iPadOS when music is playing in the Apple Music app. Consequently, videos recorded while songs are playing just might capture without any sound.
Just this past weekend, iDownloadBlog shared news about the new Hyperixa repository, which is the official successor of the now-retired TitanD3v repository. Former TitanD3v developer SouthernGirlWhoCode now uses the Hyperixa name when releasing new jailbreak tweaks.