Those of you still rocking pre-iOS 7.1 firmware have possibly stuck with an older edition in order to keep your jailbreak, which is a completely genuine need to forgo several of the modifications that Apple has made.

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Amongst the different alterations to iTunes Radio and the intro of CarPlay, Apple has actually additionally made some subtle tweaks to the stock icons, declining the ‘‘ environment-friendlies’ in order make every little thing a little much less brilliant. Now, those icons have actually been ported into a motif, so if you desire the subtler house screen visual as delighted in by those on iOS 7.1, examine the specifics here.

Appropriately named iOS 7.1 Icons Motif, it needs WinterBoard to be set up on your tool in order to make the essential modifications to your symbols. It does not change other aspect of the UI, merely the symbols of applications like Phone, Messages and FaceTime, yet nevertheless, your eyes will certainly be saved of the brightness when browsing the home display.

The package deal, as you would certainly picture, is little, and can be download over at the ZodTTD & & MacCiti – a default in your listing of Cydia sources provided that you haven’t opted to by hand erase it on your own.

The iOS 7.1 Icons Style is absolutely for free, so even if the the iOS 7.0. x symbols have not offended you, it’s most likely still worth giving it a shot merely to view if you choose the make over.


iOS 7 vs iOS 7.1

It’s most likely additionally worth discussing that the icon shading isn’t really the only thing in iOS 7.1′′ s prize upper body that you can appreciate on your jailbroken device. Apple also made some distinctive changes to the Calendar application, which is now far more useful in addition to much easier on the eye, and if you want to delight in a similar encounter on iOS 7.0-7.0.6, then Ryan Petrich’s Gregorian tweak, which the revered developer released a married couple of weeks back, has you covered.

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