iPhone Tweaks

iOS 10 jailbreak not ready for prime time

Cydia iOS 10

For many weeks, the Yalu jailbreak for iOS 10.2 has been available in beta. This might be good news for the jailbreak community, however as of this writing the iPhone 7 is not included on the list of supported devices. Furthermore, with iOS 10.2.1 already installed on many devices and the upcoming release of iOS 10.3, Yalu's capabilities may be further limited. As is the case with any beta software, those looking to take advantage of the Yalu jailbreak should be aware of some caveats before taking the plunge.

Force Delete is a new jailbreak tweak Apple needs to add in iOS 10.3

Share 3D Touch

iOS 10 has made deleting apps from your device a real headache. Before iOS 10 developers had the option of adding 3D Touch features to their apps, but with iOS 10 every app installed on your device includes a 3D Touch sharing option. This has made it difficult to delete apps from your device using the original jiggle technique. It really isn't a major issue, but it can be annoying when you're trying to simply delete and app form your device, and instead the 3D Touch menu keeps popping up.

It's now or never for the iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak

Pangu iOS 9.3.3

Anyone looking to update their iOS device to iOS 9.3.3 and jailbreak had better get moving. The window to update will close as soon as Apple stops signing the iOS 9.3.3 firmware. According to IPSW Downloads, Apple is still signing this IPSW file on 64-bit devices. This means the Pangu jailbreak can still be installed.

Jailbreak tweaks updated for iOS 9.3.3 compatibility

Cydia packages

Pangu took the world by storm this week, releasing the first iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak tool. While the software is still in its early stages, jailbreak developers have wasted no time taking advantage of this news. Paid tweaks are temporarily suspended until the jailbreak is deemed stable enough to fully open the Cydia app store. Free jailbreak packages can still be downloaded and installed at will.

How to preset volume levels for individual iPhone apps

VolumePanel iOS tweak

Setting the volume on iPhone is easy enough, especially with Control Center and physical buttons on the side. The only drawback to this simplicity is that volumes for different things are changed automatically. For example, playback volume can be adjusted when media is playing. Now the jailbreak tweak VolumePanel brings complete control to volume settings for multiple apps.


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