How To Theme iOS 10 Devices
One of the coolest things about jailbreaking is customizing the way your iOS device looks physically. Yes, having the ability to change the way it looks completely. I can guarantee you the next time you are close to a friend who sees your iPhone or iPad after adding a custom theme, they will be asking how they can get it on their own device.
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Before iOS 9 Jailbreak users had to use Winterboard and respring after changing the themes. That’s not the case anymore. We now have Anemone and it’s totally awesome and doesn’t require a full respring to enable the themes. It also shows a preview of how the theme will appear on your springboard before you decide to apply the theme.
We have put together seven of the best iOS 10 Themes for Jailbreak users. It’s almost a guarantee these themes will turn heads everywhere you go. Personally, I feel like these are the best themes we have had in several Jailbreaks. Combine that with the speed and convenience of Anemone and I will be rocking one of these seven themes at any time you see my iPhone 6s. It’s just sad I’m not able to Theme my iPhone 7 yet but hopefully soon. Maybe the Jailbreak God’s will here our cry. Be sure to let us know what you think about the themes in the comments below. Check out the video below for a look under the hood at these seven themes and what they have to offer iOS 10 users.
Top Seven Themes iOS 10 Yalu Jailbreak
- Oxygen iOS 10 ($3.49) developer FrenchiTouch a theming Genius
- Ambre iOS 10 ($3.49) developer FrenchiTouch a theming Genius
- Biscuit ($2.99) developed by ArkLotif
- Veexillum ($2.49) developer veerklempt
- MilkShake (Free)
- Foxy ($1.99) developed by RubHil
7. Ace Sierra X ($1.99) developed by anasgaberali
Anemone (Free) The Foundation of every one of these themes. It’s used to enable/disable different features in each theme. However, it comes with a few features users can turn on/off without adding any themes.