Uptime is a free Control Center add-on by iOS developer MTAC. It displays the current uptime of your jailbroken device in a dedicated widget. Especially, depending on your desire, you can configure the Uptime tweak to appear as a 1×1 or a 1×2 block, as shown in the screenshot examples above. Uptime is aesthetically attractive and displays your current uptime in days, hours, minutes, and seconds so you can see more than just an estimation. This tweak also allows you to compare your experience to other jailbreakers who may be using alternative tools.

Mainly, your Uptime is determined by the length of time your current jailbroken device has been running since the last power cycle and reboot. A longer uptime denotes more stability because you haven’t crashed or rebooted unexpectedly. A dead battery might reduce your Uptime by forcing a reboot and re-jailbreak, causing you to lose your current progress.

Uptime is similar to a free tweak called CCUptime that we showed you last year (2021). But to be honest, the Uptime tweak looks far better from an aesthetic aspect.

After installing the Uptime tweak, jailbreakers have to navigate to Settings > Control Center. Then, they can drag the System Uptime widget into the Enabled section.

Uptime is a simple widget, and it should be in every jailbreaker’s Control Center interface, whether you’re comparing with others or just looking at your device’s uptime for record-keeping and information.

Uptime Tweak Repo and Download

Those interested in giving Uptime a try can download it free from the Havoc repository via their favorite package manager app. However, Uptime supports jailbroken iOS 14 and iOS 15 devices.

Do you intend to use the new Uptime jailbreak tweak for your jailbroken device? Be sure to let us know why or why not in the comments below.

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