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It wasn’t too long ago when the Pangu jailbreak team took the scene by storm with it’s iOS 7.1.x jailbreak tool release. It was quite unexpected because no on had really heard of Pangu prior to the surprise. Turns out the team was very talented and they’re all set to reach another milestone…
The iOS 8 – iOS 8.1 jailbreak is set to be released by the Pangu team. Initially the team announced the release of a developer version, but later removed the download link. Either way this is great news for jailbreakers, but the developer version does not install Cydia or other common services. Instead, this is a pure jailbreak that will enable developers to update their tweaks prior to Cydia being available for iOS 8.
The Pangu jailbreak will be launched to the public when Cydia and related services are ready for prime-time, but until then we’re left with a developer-only version. It’s only a matter of time until Pangue releases it to the public, but this also relies on Cydia being 100 percent compatible. This jailbreak is said to be compatible with all devices capable of running iOS 8 including the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad mini 3, and iPad Air 2. Great news, right?
According to a recent Reddit thread, Cydia’s creator Saurik is working on making it compatible:
So, windknown has contacted me, about a half hour ago, via e-mail. He has told me one of the issues that is keeping Substrate from working on the device, which will probably require me to build a little binary patch for dyld as part of the Substrate installation sequence. This was the worst possible day for me, as I’m traveling back to Santa Barbara today (I’m currently in Texas, having come here to give a talk at The Big Android BBQ), which means this will take me a little longer than I’d like, but clearly getting Cydia and Substrate working on iOS 8 is my highest priority. I thankfully think that I actually can start working a little on one of the Substrate issues using an iOS 7 “model” based on the information provided by windknown, which means I’ll lose less time to not having all of my devices with me. (I currently have no clue why Cydia itself is not functioning, but will find out later today when I can see it myself.)
Unfortunately, like the last release it seems that this jailbreak tool will only be compatible with Windows computers at launch according the team’s official website. It’s unclear when an OS X compatible version will be released, but hopefully it won’t be too long after the public gets a hold of the Windows version.
If you’re into jailbreaking, stay tuned for our walk-through of the process when the jailbreak is released. With all of Apple’s latest iOS devices at our fingertips now, it should make for an exciting jailbreak launch. Plenty of fresh devices to modify. We’ll update this article with a link to the developer download if/when it becomes available.
Update #1: The Pangu team recently tweeted the reason for removing the tool’s download link, but did provide information on preparing for the release.
Current Pangu Jailbreak v1.0.0 is disabled remotely because we are fixing bug which may cause lost of your photos. Please wait …
— PanguTeam (@PanguTeam) October 22, 2014
Since english version of tool is not available now. Tips: u must disable passcode and turn off “find my iphone” before using Pangu for iOS8
— PanguTeam (@PanguTeam) October 22, 2014
There is no Cydia since it’s not compatible with iOS8 yet. But we already contacted @saurik and we will bundle Cydia after it’s updated.
— PanguTeam (@PanguTeam) October 22, 2014
Update #2: The Pangu team has released the iOS 8 jailbreak tool, but it’s only for Windows and there’s currently no English translation. Download it here.
— PanguTeam (@PanguTeam) October 22, 2014
So basically current Pangu version is for jb developers to port their apps to iOS8. U are able to install OpenSSH via Pangu App after jb
— PanguTeam (@PanguTeam) October 22, 2014
Update #3: Saurik has updated Cydia for iOS 8 (version 1.1.13). It’s currently available to download as a .deb file for manual installation:
I’ve given a new version of Cydia Installer in the form of a standard jailbreak bootstrap for inclusion in a new version of their jailbreak. I’ve also pushed the .deb of the iOS 8 version of Cydia to chúng tôi for manual download, but not yet to my repository. A lot of thanks goes out to limneos, who tested the new build for me, as I was at an airport (and now am frantically typing this message while they figure out how to retract the jetbridge from the plane I’m on that is about to take off).
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The checkra1n jailbreak recently picked up support for iOS 14 on devices equipped with Apple’s A8-A9X processors, but as many noticed on the night this happened, the checkra1n team also elucidated on how it would take more time to add support for A10 and A10X devices and that they weren’t even sure if they would be able to add support for A11-equipped devices like the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X.
Given the rather unexpected and uncertain circumstances, we’re sure there are a lot of questions about the checkra1n jailbreak and when or if it will receive updates to support newer devices. With that in mind, we wanted to take a moment to deliver an FAQ-style post that would discuss many of the most common questions and the best answers for those questions that we have at the time of this writing.iOS 14 checkra1n jailbreak FAQ
Here’s a brief overview of everything you should know about the current circumstances surrounding checkra1n’s iOS & iPadOS 14 compatibility:What devices does checkra1n support on iOS 14?
At the time of this writing, checkra1n v0.11.0 supports A8, A8X, A9, and A9X devices running Apple’s iOS & iPadOS 14 operating systems. Update: checkra1n can now jailbreak all A8, A8X, A9, A9X, A10, A10X, and A11 devices running iOS or iPadOS 14, however there’s a catch for A11 devices, as you won’t be able to use a passcode on these devices if jailbroken.What devices does checkra1n not support on iOS 14?
At this time of this writing, checkra1n v0.11.0 does not support A10-A11 devices running Apple’s iOS & iPadOS 14 operating systems. Update: checkra1n now supports all A8-A11 devices running iOS or iPadOS 14.Will the checkra1n team ever add support for the above devices?
The checkra1n team said they to add support for A10 and A10X devices “in coming weeks,” but there is no concrete ETA for such support. Update: support for these devices is now available. The checkra1n team is needing to jump through extra hoops to make the jailbreak work on A10 and newer devices because Apple implemented new a security mitigation to SEPOS that makes it substantially more difficult to achieve a jailbreak these handsets. A known security vulnerability called blackbird, however, will allow the checkra1n team to work around this on devices equipped with A10 and A10X processors.
As for A11 devices like the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X, these devices utilize newer hardware with even tighter security. The checkra1n team isn’t entirely sure if they can get the jailbreak up and running on these devices anytime soon, but they won’t be giving up. In fact, they’ll be working around the clock to find ways around the upgraded security in the near future in an attempt to reestablish support for these devices. Unfortunately, A11 devices aren’t affected by the aforementioned blackbird security vulnerability, which leaves the hackers forced to start back at square one.How do I jailbreak with checkra1n? I accidentally updated to iOS 14, what do I do now?
Assuming you have an A8-A9X device, you can jailbreak it with checkra1n right now. Unfortunately for everything else, Apple stopped signing the last iteration of iOS 13 earlier this week, which means official methods of downgrading your firmware are no longer viable. We’d recommend saving your SHSH blobs and remaining patient for a novel development.Isn’t the checkra1n jailbreak supposed to be un-patchable?
The checkm8 bootrom exploit that powers the chreckra1n jailbreak is, in fact, un-patchable, but Apple’s iOS 14 update makes it more difficult to complete the process that checkra1n sets out to achieve on A10-A11 devices by adding security mitigations via SEPOS. More specifically, as the checkra1n team puts it, “if the device was booted from DFU mode and the Secure Enclave receives a request to decrypt user data, it will panic the device.” With that in mind, the checkra1n team will now need to consider burning SEPROM exploit(s) if they are to make checkm8 viable on A11 devices.
In short, the checkm8 bootrom exploit hasn’t been patched (and can’t be), Apple has just made it more difficult to apply it to certain devices. The checkra1n team will need time to develop a workaround.How much longer before the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X can be jailbroken on iOS 14 with checkra1n?
This is a good question, and unfortunately, no one knows the answer. It could take a while to develop a workaround for Apple’s latest security mitigation, and there’s no telling how long that might take. Fortunately, we have very talented hackers at the forefront of the checkra1n team, so let’s keep our fingers crossed.How does all of this impact the jailbreak community?
As long as you have an A8-A9X device at your disposal, the latest security mitigation won’t impact you at all and you can continue jailbreaking iOS 14 with checkra1n just as you did on iOS 13.
If you have an A10 or A10X device, you’ll simply need to wait a little longer (a few more weeks) to be able to jailbreak on iOS 14 as you were able to on iOS 13.
If you have an A11 device, then you should keep it on iOS 13 instead of upgrading for now. This ensures that you can jailbreak with checkra1n in the meantime until a workaround can be found for Apple’s new security mitigation. Alternatively, you can use another jailbreak like Odyssey or unc0ver.What does the future of checkra1n hold?
From what we can gather, the checkra1n team has no intention of raising the white flag merely because Apple made things a little bit more difficult with iOS 14. Checkra1n team member Luca Todesco Tweeted just this afternoon that the team will “put in real effort to drop real research and development to keep it alive.”
It doesn’t seem like the checkra1n team will be going anywhere, and this certainly also applies to the jailbreak itself. Just because Apple made it more difficult to jailbreak certain devices running iOS 14 doesn’t mean that checkra1n will become any less relevant to the community or that it will suddenly disappear off the face of the Earth.Should I ask the checkra1n team for ETAs?
Please don’t pester the checkra1n team with relentless ETA questions. Not only are they likely to be ignored to receive sarcastic responses, but they do nothing productive to help the team. For everyone’s sake, merely follow the checkra1n team and its members on Twitter to receive the latest updates and keep it tuned to iDownloadBlog for the latest news and tutorials.What about A12 and newer devices on iOS 14?
The checkra1n jailbreak has never supported devices newer than the A11 variety, and it probably never will. This is because the jailbreak is based on a bootrom exploit that only impacts older hardware. Those using A12 and newer devices should wait for another jailbreak tool to receive iOS 14 support.
Although some iOS & iPadOS 14 users have hit rough water with the checkra1n jailbreak, that doesn’t mean that newer devices affected by the checkm8 exploit will be un-jailbreakable on iOS 14 forever. It’s entirely possible that someone from the checkra1n team will find a way around Apple’s latest security mitigation or that another jailbreak team might develop a tool for all devices before then.
In any case, we see regular jailbreak updates and releases throughout the year, and so I don’t expect that the community will be too horribly burned from the circumstances.Conclusion
Apple may have made iOS and iPadOS 14 a bit more difficult to bust on certain devices, but we remain overtly optimistic about the situation. Our community is in good hands with the talented hackers that develop the jailbreaks we use every day, and there’s no shortage of exploits making their way to the pubic that may help push the community forward.
This tutorial also showcases how to fix the pesky Could not find AltServer error message. Watch the full video for the details.
Although the process for jailbreaking your iPhone is similar on Windows machines, there are some obvious key differences.
The biggest difference is that iTunes is no longer a thing on macOS, but it’s still required for iPhone users running Windows. Follow our easy-to-use tutorial for the breakdown.How to jailbreak iOS 13.5 on a windows machine using Unc0ver
Step 1: Visit altstore.io and download the AltStore beta for Windows.
Step 2: Extract the contents of the AltStore folder and launch the Setup utility to install AltServer.Video walkthrough: how to jailbreak iOS 13.5
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Step 4: If you do not already have iTunes and iCloud downloaded, AltServer will request that you download both.
If you already have Apple-provided versions of both iTunes and iCloud, you can skip this step and go directly to step 5.
The great thing about AltServer is that it will provide you with direct download links to both iTunes and iCloud. The jailbreak will not work with the Windows Store version, so be sure to follow the download link to get both iTunes and iCloud directly from Apple.
Windows will request that you restart your PC with each install, but I saved the restart until iCloud was downloaded and installed.
Upon the success of the iTunes install, you’ll need to launch AltServer again to prompt the iCloud download and install.
Installing iTunes from Apple
If you see the iCloud login request pop-up you can ignore it. You do not need to be logged in to iCloud on your Windows machine to use this jailbreak.
Installing iCloud from Apple
Step 5: Connect your iOS device running iOS 13.5 to your PC with a Lightning to USB cable. On your iOS device, tap the Trust button that appears and enter your passcode. Ensure that your device is recognized in iTunes.
Step 8: After a few seconds you should see the AltStore app appear on your iOS device.
Step 9: On your iOS device go to Settings → General → Device Management → your Apple ID → and tap the Trust button for your Apple ID.
Step 10: Go back to the Home screen and launch the AltStore.
Step 11: Tap Settings in the bottom right-hand corner, and tap Sign in with Apple ID. Again, enter your Apple ID and password to authenticate with Apple’s servers to allow an additional side load, this time for the Unc0ver utility.
If you receive an error message stating Could not find AltServer, then disconnect your iPhone from your PC, and reconnect your iPhone. Ensure that iTunes recognizes your iPhone, then attempt to sign in again.
Step 12: Close the AltStore and open Safari and navigate to Unc0ver.dev.
Step 13: Tap the Open in AltStore button and then tap the Open button. In the AltStore, you’ll see a loading indicator at the top to represent the download status of the Unc0ver jailbreak utility. Once the utility has downloaded it will appear in the list of Active apps in AltStore.
Step 14: Tap the 7 Days button next to the Unc0ver utility and this will install Unc0ver on to your iOS device’s Home screen.
Step 15: Launch Unc0ver and tap Jailbreak. Tap the OK button to reboot your device.
In the process of jailbreaking
Step 16: Launch Unc0ver again and tap Jailbreak. Tap the OK button to reboot again.
Step 17: Once rebooted, Cydia will appear on your Home screen, which will allow you to install your favorite jailbreak tweaks and jailbreak themes.
When you reboot, you’ll need to run the Unc0ver jailbreak again to re-establish the jailbreak. This should take only a few seconds.9to5Mac’s Take
I’m curious: do you jailbreak your iPhone? Why or why not? I’m personally not really into jailbreaking any more, but such a release for a current version of iOS is very rare these days, and worth highlighting.
Cydia installed on iPhone SE running 13.5
I used to enjoy jailbreaking to customize my device with themes and jailbreak tweaks. In fact, many of the features that we see today on iOS were first available as tweaks years ago. I’d argue that jailbreaking has contributed a not-so-insignificant amount to iOS innovation over the years. What do you think?
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One of the features I use non-stop on both my iPhone and iPad is Dark Mode. It’s something I wanted Apple to incorporate into its platform for eons after enjoying a multitude of jailbreak tweaks that unofficially provided the capability for so many years. That wish was granted in iOS & iPadOS 13, and it continues to be a popular feature even in iOS & iPadOS 14.
Now that we’ve enjoyed Dark Mode out of the box on the iOS and iPadOS platforms for a couple of years, it’s only natural that the jailbreak community has developed different ways of augmenting how we use and interact with it. Whether or not you’ve been following along for all that time, this piece will briefly summarize what we think are some of the best jailbreak tweaks for upgrading the Dark Mode user experience on iOS 14.
We could go on and on about how great we think Dark Mode is, but if you’re ready to learn about the seemingly unlimited ways that you can enhance this feature on your jailbroken iPhone or iPad running iOS or iPadOS 14, then you’ll be excited to know that we’ve got a ton of jailbreak tweak recommendations for you.The best jailbreak tweaks for Dark Mode on iOS 14 Eclipse Dark Mode Colors (iOS 13+) – FREE
Eclipse used to be one of the best options for bringing Dark Mode support to your jailbroken device pre-iOS & iPadOS 13. After it became a native feature in Apple’s mobile operating systems, Eclipse evolved into more of a Dark Mode customization platform to provide different color options. That’s where Eclipse Dark Mode Colors (iOS 13+) would come into play.
With Eclipse Dark Mode Colors (iOS 13+), users can change the color used by iOS or iPadOS 14 for app user interfaces when Dark Mode is turned on. Want a darker and more OLED-friendly system Dark Mode aesthetic? No problem. Want a different color altogether? This tweak can help you with that too.
You can learn more about Eclipse Dark Mode Colors (iOS 13+) and what it can do for you in our full review post.AirPopupConnect – FREE
After bringing Dark Mode to the iOS platform, one of the user interface elements that Apple seemingly forgot to darken was the AirPods (and other M1-equipped headphone device) pop-up.
AirPopupConnect is a free jailbreak tweak that fixes Apple’s unfortunate oversight in the aforementioned department. Not only does it provide a Dark Mode for this particular interface, but it brings other options for customizing it, including another way to dismiss the interface.
You can learn more about AirPopupConnect and how it works in our full review post.FloatingDarkMode – FREE
Sometimes you want a faster way to switch between Dark Mode and Light Mode, depending on the interface you’re viewing, and while Control Center is somewhat convenient, it’s not always there like a floating toggle button would be.
That’s the idea behind FloatingDarkMode, a simple jailbreak tweak that provides the end user with a floating Dark Mode toggle button so that they can switch between mode on demand from literally anywhere without summoning any other interfaces.
You can learn everything there is to know about FloatingDarkMode in our full review post.Ayedapt – $2.99
We knew after the introduction of Dark Mode on the iOS and iPadOS platforms that it would only be a matter of time before someone would come out with a solution for some of those Dark Mode-unfriendly app icons that appear before your eyes on the Home Screen.
Ayedapt is a jailbreak tweak/SnowBoard theme all-in-one that automatically darkens certain app icons when Dark Mode is turned on and brightens them back up again when Light Mode is turned on.
Everything you need to know about Ayedapt and how it works can be found in our full review post.WebShade – FREE
We couldn’t talk about Dark Mode without giving WebShade a mention. Although we already showed it to you in our roundup composed of the best jailbreak tweaks for web browsing on iOS 14, it also seemed to fit this list particularly well, as it’s Dark Mode-oriented.
In a nutshell, WebShade enables Dark Mode for most websites that are viewed in the Safari app – something that iOS & iPadOS 14 can’t do out of the box (yet). This is a serious eye-saver, especially when you’re trying to browse the web in complete darkness.
You can find out more about how WebShade works in our full review post.DarkSwitch – FREE
A lot can be said about the types of people who use Dark Mode, and in most circumstances, they’re using it to reduce the amount of light being shined from the display and into their eyeballs. In many cases, these same users prefer lower display brightness levels than those who use Light Mode and higher display brightness levels.
Given the sentiment above, DarkSwitch is a rather brilliant tweak that changes your handset’s Dark Mode/Light Mode setting based on the display brightness of your handset at any given time. You can choose the threshold yourself, but when passing that threshold one way or the other, your handset automatically switches between Dark Mode and Light Mode.
You can learn all about how DarkSwitch works and why it’s a great upgrade for Dark Mode on iOS 14 in our full review post.Dark Keys Reborn – FREE
Your iPhone or iPad has a native Dark Mode-compliant keyboard interface, but it really leaves a lot to be desired.
Dark Keys Reborn is a no-nonsense jailbreak tweak that simply makes the keyboard darker when you have Dark Mode enabled. Just look at the before (left) and after (right) screenshots above to see for yourself.
You can learn more about Dark Keys Reborn and why it’s a nice add-on for Dark Mode on iOS 14 in our full review post.YTSystemAppearance – FREE
Most of your iPhone and iPad apps will automatically comply with the system Dark Mode setting, but some of Google’s apps seem to be a little bit finnicky. This includes the YouTube app.
Users can switch to Dark Mode manually in the YouTube app, but it feels like a needless waste of effort. A free jailbreak tweak called YTSystemAppearance forces the YouTube app to switch between Dark Mode and Light Mode automatically, based on your system setting.
You can learn more about YTSystemAppearance in our full review post.Dawn – FREE
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Are there certain elements of iOS or iPadOS that you prefer in Dark Mode, with others looking better in Light Mode? If so, then a free jailbreak tweak called Dawn could be for you.
Dawn simply lets users mix and match Dark Mode and Light Mode-esque features. For example, you could have light banners and folders while enjoying a dark Dock and wallpaper, among other things. What appears dark or light is completely dependent on how you configure the tweak.
You can learn more about Dawn and how it works in our full review post.Edictus – FREE
Some of iOS’ default wallpapers come with a dynamic Dark Mode/Light Mode feature that changes based on the system mode you use. Unfortunately, most of the images you save from the internet or take with your own camera don’t do the same thing.
Edictus is a free app for jailbroken devices that lets you create dynamic Dark Mode/Light Mode wallpapers out of any images you wish. With it, your device’s wallpaper will alternate between two different images automatically, depending on whether you enable Dark Mode or Light Mode.
You can learn more about Edictus and how it works in our full review post.Conclusion
Given just how popular Dark Mode seems to have become on the iOS & iPadOS platforms, there are certain to be strong opinions about the best ways to go about customizing it. Some jailbreakers think it’s just perfect how it comes, while others wish that it incorporated more features.
While you’re in the market for cool iOS 14-centric jailbreak tweaks, don’t forget to check out some of the other discovery posts we’ve produced over the past several weeks:
How do you customize Dark Mode on your jailbroken iOS 14 handset? We’re excited to hear from you!
If you’re on iOS 14 and you have a jailbreak at your disposal, then you’re probably wondering how you can get the most out of it. The obvious answer is by installing jailbreak tweaks that are relevant to the end user, but with so many releases launching week after week, keeping up with the best ones isn’t easy unless you’re a robot.
At iDownloadBlog, we’re on a mission to make this effort easier for all jailbreakers. That’s why we’ve already made dedicated jailbreak tweak roundups for iOS 14’s Control Center, Home Screen, Keyboard, Lock Screen, Messages app, Now Playing interface, and notification system, and we already have additional plans to cover even more facets of iOS 14 in the foreseeable future.
This week, we’ll take a moment to reflect on some of the best jailbreak tweak releases made specifically for iOS 14’s widget system, as this was one of the flagship features to ship with the mobile operating system when it launched last Fall. So without wasting even another moment of your time, we’ll hop right into it.The best jailbreak tweaks for widgets on iOS 14 RingPercentLabel – FREE
In more recent versions of iOS 14, Apple upgraded the native battery widget with actual numeric battery labels to complement the existing battery rings. These weren’t there in some of the first iterations of iOS 14, which might leave some jailbreakers on older releases salty.
RingPercentLabel is an incredibly simple jailbreak tweak that brings those on older versions of iOS 14 up to speed with those who are using newer versions. It effectively adds those same numeric battery labels to the battery widget, making it easier to determine from a glance which of your devices need to be charged.
You can learn more about RingPercentLabel in our full review.Velox Reloaded 2 – $2.99
Perhaps one of my favorite iOS 14 widget jailbreak tweaks of all time is Velox Reloaded 2, and for a good reason.
You can learn more about Velox Reloaded 2 and what it brings to the table for iOS 14 users in our full review.MediaWidget – $1.00
Apple included a lot of widgets with iOS 14 right out of the box, but for a company that owns one of the world’s largest music streaming platforms (Apple Music), it’s somewhat confusing as to why Apple didn’t provide a Now Playing widget.
Since this feature is noticeably absent in iOS 14, a jailbreak developer turned it into a reality with a jailbreak tweak called MediaWidget. As the tweak’s name implies, it simply gives you the ability to have a functional Now Playing widget on the Home Screen on iOS 14.
You can learn everything you need to know about MediaWidget in our full review.Anywhere Widgets for iPad – FREE
When Apple released iOS 14 last Fall, I was excited to have widgets not only on my iPhone, but on my iPad. Unfortunately, iPadOS 14 didn’t ship with this feature, and it’s now being touted as a flagship feature in iPadOS 15 slated for this Fall.
You can learn more about Anywhere Widgets for iPad in our full review.PowerWidget – FREE
Jailbreakers almost always have a use for a respring, UICache, or Safe Mode toggle. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to perform these tasks without the right tools.
PowerWidget is a simple widget that integrates directly with iOS 14’s widget system that brings all these features right to the Home Screen. The widget is just as adjustable and configurable as other widgets on the platform, and it’s a great snag for any jailbreaker.
You can learn all about PowerWidget and how it works in our full review.CustomizeBW – $2.00
Want to spice up your iOS 14 battery widget with custom backgrounds and aesthetics? If you answered yes to that question, then CustomizeBW is the jailbreak tweak for you.
This tweak gives iOS 14 users the ability to change the shape of the battery ring, colorize the battery widget, and add a custom background, among other things.
You can learn everything you need to know about CustomizeBW in our full review.InvisibleWidget – FREE
Lots of jailbreakers enjoy customizing the Home Screen with custom layouts, and InvisibleWidget is way to do this by exploiting the iOS 14 widget system.
This tweak lets you add widgets that you can’t see on the Home Screen, right in between app icons. In doing so, you create spaces between app icons just as you would by utilizing custom Home Screen layout jailbreak tweaks.
You can learn more about InvisibleWidget and how it works in our full review.WidgetRadius – FREE
If you have legacy widgets on your Home Screen that you’ve been using on the Today page long before iOS 14 adopted native widgets, then you might notice an inconsistency in their corner radiuses.
WidgetRadius is a simple jailbreak tweak that tries to neutralize this inconsistency by making the corner radius identical among all the different widget styles.
You can learn everything you need to know about WidgetRadius in our full review.WidgetCustoms – FREE
WidgetCustoms is a jailbreak tweak that incorporates a plethora of different options for customizing your iOS 14 device’s Home Screen widgets in different ways.
With it, you can customize not just the widgets and their aesthetics themselves, but also the page of your Home Screen that houses your widgets.
You can find out more about WidgetCustoms and what it does in our full review.Conclusion
While it may seem at first glance like iOS 14’s Home Screen widget system is awesome, taking a look at the long list of jailbreak tweaks above shows us just how much better it could be if Apple opened its operating system up to developers for deeper customization. That’s just one of the reasons why jailbreaking is so essential.
Top 5 Best Chinese Apple AirPods Alternatives 1. IP010 Mini
If you like Chinese smartphones, then you probably like saving money as well, thus let’s begin with the cheapest pair of completely wireless Bluetooth earphones, the IP010 Mini.
You can find these cheap but not so compact Apple Airpods alternatives for about $24. They feature Bluetooth 4.2, CVC6.0 noise cancellation technology, it can be connected to multiple devices at the same time and it can be used to make calls as it packs a microphone as well.
The IP010 Mini is equipped with a 65mAh battery in each earbud and a 260mAh battery in the charging base it comes with. Autonomy is about 2.5 hours of music playing and 60 hours of standby time.2. JH-S9100
Specs wise, we find a Bluetooth 4.1 chip, 45mAh capacity batteries on each earbud and a much bigger 300mAh in the charging dock/case. The JH-S9100 have a battery life of about 2.5 hours when playing music, 3 hours of calls and a standy time of 48 hours.3. Losence SP03 Gizchina News of the week
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The Losence SP03 are a pair of good looking earbuds that only weigh 4.1 grams each and can be used independently or in stereo mode.
As far as autonomy is concerned, the Losence SP03 can get your 5 hours of music playing, 6 hours of calls and 110 hours in standby mode. These earphones cost around $32.4. QCY Q29
Going up in quality and price, we have the QCY Q29 which retail for about $40. These earphones feature multi-devices connection support, DSP smart noise cancelling technology and touch controls.
The QCY Q29 come with Bluetooth 4.1, 45mAh batteries on each bud and a 220mAh charging dock. The battery life you can expect out of them is 2.5 hours of music playing / calling and 30 hours of standby time; these earphones can fully charge in less than one hour.5. Crazybaby Air
Last but not least, we have one of the more premium Apple Airpods alternatives you can get from China — the Crazybaby Air. Crazybaby, a small startup based in China recently managed to crowdfund these beautifully designed entirely wireless earphones and charging dock which could be pre-ordered for just $89 during the Indiegogo campaign (with a retail price tag of $169).
The Crazybaby Air are the first earbuds to use a 998 carbon nanotube diaphragm to deliver hi-fidelity wireless music, they also come with 5.2mm customized speaker drivers and the latest CSR decoding chip to provide a reliable connection.
Other specs include Bluetooth 4.2, IP66 water resistant, CVC 8th generation noise cancelling technology and weigh about 4 grams each. The built-in batteries will ensure 3 hours of music listening and 4 hours of calling, if you use the charging dock you can get up to 15 hours of music and 20 hours of calling.
The Crazybaby Air are available in White and Black.Top 5 Best Chinese Apple AirPods Alternatives – Conclusion
As you can see, we have lots of Apple AirPods alternatives at different price ranges to please as many people as possible. Now let us know, which one did you like the most? So maybe we can request a few samples and report back to you in a full review.
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