Siri is one of the best features of iOS and has been receiving updates over the years to become a better digital personal assistant. It can do a lot of things from setting an alarm to searching the web for you, but one thing that I don’t like about Siri is how it covers the entire screen.
Jailbreak Apps and Tweaks
There are times when you close all the running apps from the App Switcher including the one that is currently playing a song in the background. This stops the song from being played thereby forcing you to open the app again and start from the place it was stopped.
One thing that most users don’t like about iOS is the obtrusive volume HUD that is displayed when you press the volume buttons on the side of your iPhone. This is annoying especially when you’re watching a video or playing a game and the volume HUD takes a large portion of the screen.
Jailbreaking your iOS device opens the doors to endless customization capabilities. You can change the system font, theme the app icons, add new features to stock and third-party apps and much more.
Unify Groups the Notifications on Lock Screen and Notification Center to Provide a Clutter-Free Experience
When you receive a lot of notifications on your iPhone, they start to pile up on your Lock screen and occupy a considerable amount of space, thereby forming a long list of notifications that you have to scroll through.
The Home screen dock in iOS has remained the same for several years, and still doesn’t have the ability to contain more than 4 apps. If you’d like to bring a new look to the Home screen dock, then you should check out a new jailbreak tweak called Harbor.