A new free jailbreak tweak called ForceGoodFit by iOS developer Kinda is now available in Cydia that will attempt to optimize your applications for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus resolution displays on the fly. You can install the tweak free from Cydia, and enable it in Settings > ForceGoodFit. The tweak works very similarly to Ryan Petrich’s FullForce tweak, which if you remember, could stretch non-optimized applications to fit the iPhone 5’s 4-inch display.
ForceGoodFit is available to download from the Cydia store under the BigBoss repo right now for free. We ‘d suggest that this is the jailbreak scene’s awesome application today, as well as is most likely enough to make lots of folks ponder jailbreaking alone. iPhone is a leader in the market, but Apple competitors also make interesting smartphones of late. Apple has already indicated that it has started efforts to identify and fix the bugs as soon as possible.
Now, thanks to a jailbreak tweak called ForceGoodFit, jailbreakers can force those apps to adapt to the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, effectively doing some of the developers’ work for them.
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