Customize iPhone Boot Screen With BootLogoCustomizer

Ali Salman

The iPhone boot screen shows an Apple logo, and nothing else. Even though it feels clean and sophisticated, ever looked for an easy way to customize it? If you have, then there is a jailbreak tweak that lets you do exactly that. BootLogoCustomizer allow users to design a new look for the boot screen on their iPhone. You can set new colors for the boot screen according to your preferences. There are other customization tools as well which we will be telling you guys about later on.


The foreground color of the Apple logo on your iPhone is usually black or white, depending on the color variant of your purchase. The gold and silver version of the iPhone displays a black Apple logo while the only variant that shows a white Apple logo is the space gray version. However, this is about to change as you can now apply colors to the boot screen with this simple jailbreak tweak - BootLogoCustomizer.

Play With Colors On The Boot Screen Of Your iPhone

After you have successfully installed the tweak, you can start customizing the boot screen by navigating to the tweak's preference pane which is located in the stock Settings app. The options in the preference pane of BootLogoCustomizer are clean and precise. It starts with an easy kill switch toggle that allows you to quickly enable or disable the tweak. The remaining options devote to the sole purpose of the tweak - customizing colors on the boot screen of your iPhone.


You have the availability to change the color of the Apple logo as well as the color of the background on the boot screen of your iPhone. There are two ways of choosing the custom colors. You can either you can enter the HEX code of the specific color or choose a color from the palette that appears. Once you are done with selecting your colors for both the background and the Apple logo, simply tap on 'Apply Changes' button which is located at the bottom of the screen and you're done. Do take note that your device will respring so that new changes can take place.

Currently, the tweak only provides you with the customization ability to change the logo and background color. Henceforth, it does not have the functionality to change the stock Apple logo itself. However, this functionality could arrive in the future.

This is it for now, if you like playing with colors, BootLogoCustomizer is the tweak for you.

BootLogoCustomizer is available on Cydia's BigBoss repo for $1.00 and has support for all devices running iOS 8.

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