Not long after the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak was released by Pangu, a team going by the name Totoateam created a Safari-based jailbreak that allowed users to jailbreak their iOS 9.3.3 devices without using a PC. Unfortunately, this method didn’t last long as Apple started to revoke the certificates of browser-based jailbreaks bringing an end to such tools.
There are many tweaks in Cydia that redesign your Lock screen to make it more aesthetically pleasing. LockShot is another new jailbreak tweak with a unique concept of blurring the Lock screen to give you a partial view of what’s behind it.
With iOS 8, Apple introduced a major change that many of us were eagerly waiting for, that is the support for third-party keyboards. The App Store is now filled with incredible keyboards that bring a whole new experience when typing on your iPhone.
Jailbreak is all about customizing your iPhone and breaking free from the restrictions enforced by iOS. To enjoy it to the fullest, it’s essential to install the right combination of tweaks and themes from Cydia. This is why we’re back again with a new series on the perfect jailbroken iPhone setup, this time for iOS 9.3.3.
If you’re using the latest version of PayPal on your jailbroken iPhone, you must be facing an issue with the app which causes it to crash immediately after launching. If you’re confused as to what is causing this issue, the main culprit is the jailbreak.
In case you were busy last week and didn’t get a chance to check out Cydia, don’t worry as we have compiled a list of all the new tweaks that were released in the week which are worth checking out.
Touch ID is a great feature that was first introduced by Apple in the iPhone 5s and is now equipped into the latest models of iPhone. It allows users to use their fingerprint to unlock the iPhone rather than entering the passcode. Unlocking using Touch ID is much faster than if you were to enter the passcode.
iPhones come equipped with a proximity sensor placed at the top of the device to turn off the display whenever you bring the phone close to your face during a call. We’ve seen many jailbreak tweaks in the past that leverage this sensor to offer useful new features.
If you’ve been following the jailbreak community for a while, you may remember that Saurik released a package last year called Cydia Impactor, which allows users to remove the jailbreak from their device and return to stock iOS without updating to the latest available firmware.