Here’s How To Bring The iOS 11 Control Center On iOS 10
Apple introduced its next in line operating system at the WWDC 2017 event. The event not only covered the software side of things but hardware upgrades were also a major deal. However, iOS 11 remained to be the shiny new toy in the event featuring great novelty compared to what we’re already running. The firmware added a plethora of new features and there were a handful of visual upgrades as well. The Control Center is one of those visual upgrades that adds a boatload of shortcuts to the table. Nonetheless, if you’re willing to get your hands on the iOS 11 Control Center even when the firmware isn’t out, there’s a new jailbreak tweak for that.
ControlCenterXI Brings iOS 11 Control Center To iOS 10
As we have mentioned earlier, iOS 11 isn’t out yet and if you’re willing to try the new Control Center in iOS 10, there’s a new jailbreak tweak that lets you make use of the iOS 11 Control Center. The jailbreak tweak is called ContrrolCenterXI and it brings iOS 11 Control Center to iOS 10. Basically, the core intent of the jailbreak tweak is to replicate the iOS 11 Control Center and imitate it on iOS 10.
When you install the tweak on your iOS device, you will notice that the Control Center has been replaced. Moreover, it imitates the exact functionality as you would do on iOS 11. You can swipe up and down on the Volume and Brightness tile for adjustments. Moreover, some tiles have also support for 3D Touch. When you 3D Touch on a tile, it will expand to reveal more options. However, if you do not have the iPhone 6s and higher models, the 3D Touch functionality can be brought via the long press gesture.
In the stock Settings app on iOS 10, you will also find a dedicated pane for ControlCenterXI. You can set the tile radius, hide or show the wallpaper behind the Control Center or enable a lighter interface. Once all the changes have been made, respring your device for the changes to be implemented. The ControlCenterXi jailbreak tweak also supports other tweaks like FlipControlCenter and Noctis. The prior lets you add more toggles to the Control Center.
If you are impatient for iOS 11 to be released, the closer you can get to it is via the ControlCenterXI jailbreak tweak. The tweak is available from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for $1.50, so do give it a swing.
This is it for now, folks. What are your thoughts on iOS 11 and the new features part of it? Are you anxiously waiting for the upgrade? Share your views in the comments.