2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
We recently talked about how to add a dark theme to iOS 7 without using Winterboard by installing the Eclipse extension. The tweak allows you to "recolor" the interface elements of the system and most applications from white to black.
In some places it works well, for example, in the App Store and iOS Settings, but the changes in the Phone and Calendar applications do not hold water. The thing is that not all elements of the system can be changed, and some of its parts remain white. This contrast repels the use of tweaks.
Recently Cydia has an alternative extension that also uses the idea of Eclipse, but has more flexible settings. A tweak called UIColors allows you to change the color of the system not only to black, but to any shade specified in the parameters.
Initially, in the tweak settings, you can select applications that will not change the color. Next, you should choose the tone you like for the main color, which will replace all the white elements. After that, you need to select a second color, buttons, switches and system headers will be colored with it. If after this the inscriptions in iOS become difficult to read, you can replace the font color.
After the done manipulations, you should select which elements will be affected by the color change (only the main graphics or additional objects) and do a respring for the changes to take effect. After the developer UIColors fixes minor bugs, the tweak can be safely recommended to Apple for use in iOS 8. Perhaps we will not see such functionality in the next version of Apple's mobile OS, but the appearance of several themes in accordance with the colors of the device cases is quite possible.
You can download the UIColors tweak from Cydia for $ 1.49.
- How to set a password to launch applications on an iPhone or iPad with the iAppLock tweak (jailbreak).
- How to set a password to launch games and programs on iPhone and iPad (jailbreak).
- How to set the current time as a password on an iPhone or iPad.
- Expanding the functionality of the iOS 7 keyboard.
Along with an improved signal processor and an improved camera sensor, the new iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR have Depth in Portrait mode. With its help, you can independently adjust the effect of blurring the background (background) in photographs taken in Portrait mode
Today the field of mobile photography is developing at an unprecedented pace. The capabilities of cameras are being improved and improved, including through software tools. There are also applications that can easily accomplish certain tasks, for example, automatically remove the background from a photo directly on the iPhone
The Depth feature in iOS Camera Portrait Mode first appeared in 2018 on the iPhone XS, XS Max, and iPhone XR. It allows you to change the degree of "blurring" of the background in the photo - both during shooting and after. As a result, a certain visual effect is achieved - a person or object in the picture stands out favorably and comes to the fore
The popularity of Zoom video messenger motivates competitors. Skype also has support for custom backgrounds in video calls, as is already present in Zoom.This ability to use custom backgrounds is part of the Skype for Mac, Windows, Linux and Web client update that began on April 16, 2020
Among those who like to delve into the settings of the beta version of iOS 8 is the enthusiast Hamza Sood, who owes the honor of this discovery. For reasons not entirely clear, the developers have endowed the eight with the ability to change the appearance at the request of the user