Having teased his wonderful new Ayeris iOS 7 motif previously this month, Surenix has simply released it through Cydia. It carries out refined modifications from the native look, toning things down ever-so slightly for a much more established overall look, and if you’re looking for a way to tweak your iOS 7 UI without choosing the radical overhaul, then Ayeris is absolutely worth taking a look at.


The concept behind this theme, presumably, is to basically fix the perceived imperfections and blunders that Apple made with iOS 7. Sure, the mini-furore that greeted the sudden visual modification of iOS 7 now appears to have passed away down, however in the eyes of a keen, meticulous professional like Surenix, a minor rethink of some visual components was due.

Hence, Ayeris was birthed, and after showing us a look on Twitter last week, we could now ultimately feast our eyes on this face-lift. As you would certainly envision, Saurik’s WinterBoard package deal is a requirement for those looking to achieve the Ayeris appearance, but if you do not currently have it working on your device, purchasing the motif will automatically mount WinterBoard as well.

The Ayeris bundle amounts to $ 3.99 and can be discovered over at Cydia in the BigBoss repo. This is absolutely a suitable motif for the purists which do not want to differ too much from the indigenous offering, and with such focus on detail, it has to do with as improved as the stock decor.


We have actually gone and gotten and mounted Ayeris on an iPhone 5s, and are very amazed with just how it looks. Till you’ve really seen it at work, the screenshots do not really do it justice, so if you’re currently resting on the fence, undecided as to whether to acquire Ayeris, start; we’re additional than sure that you won’t be let down in the end.

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Surenix is famous for his deal with Ayecon for iPhone and Ayecon for iPad, which is taken into consideration a benchmark theme in the jailbreak world. If you’re interested, it’s highly recommended that you give Ayecon a go also.

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