New Jailbreak Tweaks Of the Week For Jailbroken iOS device

The jailbreak community has become more active in recent weeks, as there is a number of new interesting tweaks released for jailbroken iPhone/iPad. So in this post, we’ll talk about all of the jailbreak tweaks that were just rolled out during the past week that we think they might be useful for your jailbroken iOS devices. We’ll outline some typical tweaks we think they are the best for you
ActIf 2 – FREE
If you get used to jailbreaking your device, Activator might not be strange to you. It is an original and useful extension for jailbroken iPhone/iPad, but a recently new add-on for the tweaks, named ActIf 2 can make it more useful, as this add-on will include the support for conditional statements.

With conditional statements, you can  now hold Activator events when it meets a specific criteria first. For instance, while playing music, you can use the volume up button to move to the next track with the help of the Activator. Otherwise, the volume button can also continue to adjust volume as usual.
Although there are still limitless potentials for how to use ActIf 2, it comes down to your creativity.
Kairos 2 – $2.99
Kairos 2 is a new tweak that allows you to schedule iMessages and text messages to remove a future date and time rather than tapping instantly on the Send button.
After that, you can establish repeating scheduled messages or one-time scheduled messages, and even enable smart features to make sure ensure the messages are delivered even when you are in the Airplane Mode or the battery is going to run out of.
Another thing you should not skip this tweak is that it’s nearly perfect for birthdays and other annual events. Kairos 2 is created for iPhone users who have wished for ages. For more detail on how it works, you should install the tweak and see your feelings.
There is a list of some tweaks you can refer to install them on your jailbroken device.
·        CamMode tweak (free): displays the camera mode when switching
·        ClassicPlayer tweak ($0.99):  A classic iPod spinwheel-style music player for iPhone users.

·        Creamy (only iOS 10-free): brings the iOS 11 passcode button layout to iOS 10 iPhones/iPads
·        Callisto Pro (iOS 10-$2.49): allows you to use your time as the passcode & more
·        HomeCardIconLabel (free): makes icon and label on the Home screen App Switcher card smaller
·        Sinatra ($1.99): A new Now Playing screen in Control Center in iOS 10

There are hundreds of interesting jailbreak tweaks released throughout the week. So keep visiting jailbreakiphone to get the latest jailbreak news.

iPhone 8 Leaked The Screen Size and Resolution

According to a new data verified by BGR, it has revealed that Apple would produce the iPhone 8 with a larger screen and a higher resolution over any previous iPhone. The new data suggested that the iPhone 8 will have a native resolution of 2800 x 1342 pixels, which is a dramatically upgrade over the  native resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels on iPhone 7 Plus.

In recent years,  a signal has shown that Apple visited its official site from Apple-owned IP addresses on unknown devices running a new  iOS versions of iOS and the same is now true again. In recent months, the frequency of an unknown Apple device with the same IP when visiting the site and running iOS 11.
Moreover, it notes these devices will displays at 387 x 812 pixels. Although it might be low, since Apple brought the ‘Retina Display’ tech on its iPhone 4 in 2010, the company has used doubling and tripling pixels to increase sharpness for the screen as well as maintain app compatibility. For instance, the iPhone 7 coming with 750 x 1334 resolution shows up as 375 x 667 pixels, which is two pixels per point. While with the 414 x 736 pixels on iPhone 7 Plus, this figure is three pixels per point, giving the phone an actual native resolution of 1242 x 2208 but Apple scales down to 1080 x 1920.
Similarly  to the mysterious 375 x 812 device running  iOS 11, you can infer to 1125 x 2436 pixels to fit the elongated shape on the iPhone 8.
According to the previous rumors, the iPhone 8 would feature a 5.8-inch display with 1342 x 2800 native resolution, but minus the function area on the phone, the usable space would be only 5.15-inches with  a native 1125 x 2436 resolution

However, there might be possible that Apple will slightly scale down the iPhone 8 display as they did with the iPhone 7 Plus to find a resolution to the company’s liking.

How to switch from iOS beta to official iOS version

iOS 11 beta usually comes with a new features before the final version is released. But by default, these pre-release versions can be unstable and have an impact on the performances of your iPhone/ iPad.

In that case, switching from the iOS beta to a public version is the best way to bring things back to a stable state. However, how can we switch from beta to stable iOS version? In this post, we will share with you the way to switch from an iOS beta to an official iOS release by downgrading to the latest public iOS version.

Downgrade to latest public iOS release
The most common way is downgrading to a previously public iOS version. For insrance, if your device is running iOS 11 beta and want to get rid of it, you can always downgrade to the latest public iOS version, which is currently iOS 10.3.2.

In that case, you should restore your iPhone but will lose any data on your device, such as your settings, email accounts, etc because it is not compatible with the previous iOS versions. Here is how to downgrade from iOS beta to the latest official iOS version

1.      First, back up all data on your iPhone or iPad.

2.      Next, download the latest public iOS version to your computer. You can find the compatible firmware for your device from here.
3.      If you have enabled Find My iPhone, go to Settings > Apple ID > iCloud > Find My iPhone, and turn it off.

4.      Now launch iTunes, plug your device to your computer with the help of the USB cable, and click the Summary tab.

5.      Now hold  the Option key on Mac or Shift key on Windows, and click Restore iPhone. This is a very important step.
6.      A new window will now appear that allows you to choose a firmware for the downgrade.
7.      iTunes will now start restoring your iPhone/ iPad and install the latest public iOS version on your device.
8.      Once the process is complete, your iPhone or iPad will run on the fresh iOS version. After that, you will need to set it all up again. If you had previously made a backup on that software version, you will be able to restore data from that backup.

Depending on your comptible options, your iPhone or iPad will run on the latest public iOS version.

How To Recover Photos From Lost iPhone

Using iCloud to back up your iPhone’s data is a great, but if you have many photos and videos. iCloud only offers you 5 GB of storage and though you can buy more space, what will you do if your phone is stolen or lost? The best option to backup data is using iTunes. As long you back up data through iTunes, you will be able to restore all of them even your iPhone gets lost. But the question arises is what you’ll have to do to only recover photos from lost iPhone? This can be done by using a tool that works separately from the iTunes. We’ll cover it in this post today.

Use iCloud to Recover Photos from Lost iPhone
The photos from your lost/stolen iPhone can easily be recovered from iCloud. Simply follow the steps below:
1.      From your computer, go to
2.      Enter your iCloud email and password.
3.      Click the Photos icon in the menu.
4.      Choose the images and videos you want to recover.
5.      Click the Download button to save them on your computer.
6.      The selected images will be saved in your Computer.
Use iBackup Viewer to Recover Photos from Lost iPhone
Now we’ll use iBackup Viewer too; which is available for both Windows and Mac OS to recover photos from lost iPhone.
  •          First, download the tool for your computer.
  •        Once done, launch the iBackup Viewer, and choose the backup file you want to access from the menu.
  •         To view the photos stored in the backup file you just selected, click on Photos.
  •         If you want to restore the chosen photos, click on them to save them.
  •        Once done, click the gear icon at the top of iBackup Viewer and choose Save Selected or Save All options if you want to restore all your photos.
  •         It may take several minutes to complete depending on the number of photos you chose.
  •      Finally, open the folder that contains a DCIM folder having several small folders.

If your phone has recently been lost or stolen, you will find this tool quite handy to recover photos from your lost/stolen iPhone.