Does anyone want a redesigned Lock Screen for the iPhone? Thanks to the iOS developer, thatcluda released a new and free PomPom Tweak. This new tweak was released as a Mother’s Day special. PomPom tweak gives jailbreakers a new information-oriented Lock Screen display. In addition to everything else on the Lock Screen, it also keeps upcoming events and weather.
Look at the screenshot examples above, you’ll notice that the PomPom jailbreak tweak has changed the layout of the Lockscreen, and the clock has been aligned left and added a minor weather-centric glyph to the date. The Now Playing interface has been placed underneath it. Furthermore, it shows an Up Next list of Calendar events and missed notifications.
PomPom Tweak Features
After installing PomPom, you can see a dedicated preference window in the Settings app where you can configure it.
- Turn PomPom on or off
- Configure the appearance, media player, notifications, time and date, and Up Next
- Respring the device to save changes
- Reset all options to their defaults
Since there are many different preference windows to configure, you can see their outline below.
You can configure the appearance of the PomPom tweak in this section. You can hide,
- Face ID padlock
- Camera quick action button
- Flashlight quick action button
- Quick action button background
- Unlock text
- Page dots
- Home Bar
In the Media Player preference window, you can configure the following options.
- Replace the standard media player
- Hide or show,
- Rewind button
- Play button
- Skip button
- Time slider
- Change the style override,
In the Notifications preference window, you can configure the following options.
- Hide or show the stack header
- Hide or show the ‘No Older Notifications’ text
- Change the offset
- Always reveal notifications
Time and Date
You can configure the following options in the Time and Date preference window.
- Change the time format (HH: mm)
- Change the date format (EEEE d. MMMM)
- Customize the date locale
- Display a weather icon
You can configure the following options in the Up Next preference window.
- Hide Up Next
- Change the range of events
- Use the American date format
Once installed, the PomPom tweak improves jailbreakers’ user experience by giving them more information at a glance. However, the tweak is excellent for providing your Lock Screen with a fresh look.
PomPom Tweak Repo
Those interested in giving Pom Pom a try can download the tweak for free from thatcluda’s repository. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 13 and iOS 14 devices. It is also open-source on the developer’s GitHub page.
One who hasn’t already used thatcluda’s repository can add it to their favorite package manager app by using the URL provided below.
Are you going to use the PomPom tweak to change the appearance of the iPhone’s Lock Screen? Be sure to let us know your thoughts about this tweak in the comments section below.