The Yalu jailbreak released for iOS 10.1 – iOS 10.1.1 is flagged as a beta jailbreak, which means that it isn’t fully stable and may contain issues.
Jailbreak Apps and Tweaks
There are times when you want to quickly illustrate something to present your idea more clearly. You will not have a pen and paper with yourself at all times, which is why a new jailbreak tweak has been developed to solve this problem.
One of my favorite features added to Twitter this year is Night Mode, which seems to have been inspired by the popular Eclipse jailbreak tweak. Night Mode applies a dark theme to the entire interface of Twitter, thereby reducing the strain on your eyes when the app is being used at night or in a dark environment.
In case you were busy this 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.
The newly released tweaks range from providing a more convenient method of toggling Night Mode in the Twitter app to bringing a clutter-free interface to Snapchat.
After months of waiting, Super Mario Run was officially released on Thursday in the iOS App Store, but jailbreak users will be surprised to find out that Nintendo has actually built jailbreak detection into the game.
2016 might not have been a particularly great year for the jailbreak community, but we still saw some new jailbreak tweaks come out for iOS. So, to recognise the hard work of the developers behind these jailbreak tweaks, the jailbreak community over at Reddit has hosted their yearly Jailbreak Awards 2016.
iOS 10 finally brings the ability to hide stock apps that you rarely use. To hide a specific system app, all you have to do is to put the Home screen into jiggle mode and tap on the X button to hide it.
It can be very frustrating when you find out that your iPhone has been stolen and all your private and important data are lost. Apple offers a nifty tool for tracking your lost iPhone via Find My iPhone. You can remotely put your iPhone into Lost Mode, track its last known location or play a sound. But all of this require your iPhone to be connected to an internet network.
A few days back, iOS developer Steve Troughton-Smith discovered a hidden one-handed keyboard feature in iPhone that makes it easier to type on larger displays. This feature can only be activated using the simulator in XCode, but as is always the case, if your device is jailbroken, you can get it right now using a new jailbreak tweak called OneHanded.