Every once in a while, we come across an amazing jailbreak tweak that definitely deserves to receive a mention. One such tweak is Boxy 3 which was released a few days back. If you jailbreak your iPhone with the primary reason of customizing it, then you’re going to love this new tweak.
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When iOS 10 was released, many people were infuriated that Apple removed the ‘Slide to Unlock’ feature from the Lock screen, a functionality that was present since the early days of iOS. Instead, Apple has replaced it with ‘Press home to unlock’, which as the name implies, requires users to press the Home button to get past the Lock screen and unlock their device.
iOS 11 is packed with a lot of exciting new features that take the user experience to a whole new level. The new iOS comes with a redesigned Control Center and App Store that look pretty cool, native screen recorder, file management app, One-Handed keyboard and much more.
iPhone is a great music player. You can listen to almost any song that you wish, and with Apple Music, you get access to a huge collection of songs that you can browse, ranging from trending albums to hot new songs that are worth checking out. The Music app comes with many essential features that make it a powerful music player, but as is the case with software, it always has space for improvements.
Just recently, we posted a roundup of the best jailbreak tweaks for the iOS 10 Lock screen. Of all the tweaks that were listed, there was one that stood out the most, Falcon. The concept behind this tweak is quite interesting and I decided to take it for a spin and see how it works.
Other than a few minor tweaks here and there, the Lock screen in iOS has remained the same for several years now. In iOS 10, we got to see the addition of a new page on the Lock screen that displays all the widgets you’ve installed on your device.
If you’re an old jailbreak user, then you should be familiar with a fairly popular tweak known as Auxo that brings a completely new look and feel to the iOS Control Center. Unfortunately, the tweak never received an update for iOS 10, which has left many jailbreak users looking for alternatives.
The Power Off screen in iOS has been revamped several times over the past few iterations of iOS. In iOS 10, when you press and hold the Power button, you’re presented with a slider and a knob which you can to swipe to power off your iPhone. If you’d like to bring a new look to this interface or switch to how it looked back in iOS 7, then you should check out a new jailbreak tweak known as StyloPowerDown.