Alongside a radical change to iOS, Apple also announced OS X Mavericks, the next version of Mac OS X at this year’s WWDC. The release, currently in beta, adds a number of features like Finder tabs, file tagging, and enhanced multiple display support.
Few days back, iOS X Ultimatum brought OS X Mountain Lion’s theme user interface to the iPhone. At that time, we thought it would be perfect for the iPad as the icons in the dock were too small for the iPhone, resulting in usability issues.
We’ve some good news, Fnet Designs has just done that, they have released a Dreamboard theme on Cydia called OS X Pad HD, which turns your iPad into a Mac tablet.
Mountain Lion OS X released last month brought many popular iOS features and apps to the Mac including Messages, Notes, Reminders, Game Center, Notification Center, Share Sheets, Twitter integration and AirPlay Mirroring.
If you’re loving it and want the look and feel of Mountain Lion on your iPhone, check out iOS X Ultimatum – a new Dreamboard theme.
The Metroon theme can be enabled via the DreamBoard jailbreak app. The theme is quite feature rich. It comes with a Windows Phone-like lock screen, start screen, notifications, volume controls and the swipe up to unlock feature.
If you want your iPhone to look like Amazon’s Android based tablet – Kindle Fire that is expected to be available in November then checkout the new Kindle Fire theme.
The ability to customize the iPhone is one of the top reasons users jailbreak their iPhone.
Checkout the OS X Lion Ultimatum – a new DreamBoard theme and you will agree. The theme brings OS X Lion’s user interface to the iPhone with fully usable Finder menus, stacks, launchpad, a scrollable dock, draggable windows, mission control, dashboard, and a customizable lock screen.
If you’re bored of the iPhone’s homescreen with all the app icons, you can checkout DreamBoard – a new jailbreak app that allows iOS device users to apply themes, which appears to be a promising alternative to Winterboard.