Jailbreak community developers never going to wait for very long to bring some new aspects in jailbreak iOS version and here we find such a tweak. Using a jailbreak app we can get some aspect of new iOS 10 Control Center in iOS 9.x. Check out the detail here how to get this.
Cydia repos are getting the 3rd-party implementations of new iOS 10 features before the public release of new iOS firmware together with new iPhone 7 on this calendar year. But as things are happening and starting to pop up, a new tweak Decorus is bringing the same iOS 10 Control Center like experience to devices running iOS 9.x.
If we talk about some of the best features listed by the Apple at Worldwide Developers Conference this year then newly designed Control Center is among the list. The iOS 9 Control Center is not bad, as the iOS 10 Control Center offers the same functionality as earlier versions does, but with a little bit of color change and some distinct sections iOS 10 Control Center is having some edge on previous one.
Get iOS 10 Control Center In iOS 9.x
Decorus brings the nice experience of re-designed graphics of the iOS 10 Control Center. Just forget about the edge to edge experience with clinical corners. Preferably, now there’s a pretty much floating Control Center with extremely visible rounded edges.
Inside main Control Center the Decorus also splits the controls of Music app and puts them into with their own section in addition to playing song, album artwork and artist exactly like how it’s in Control Center of iOS 10. You will also find a separate configuration panel inside device Settings for Decorus to change the specific aspects of Control Center.
Decorus will attracts only those people who actually don’t want to pay for new iPhone, or in some cases don’t want to upgrade their existing firmware to iOS 10 with the concern of losing jailbreak. Decorus is not a perfect replica, but it’s adequate to have a new firmware experience some of what iOS 10 provides without downloading and installing the new iOS prior to official launch.