Yes, having your iPhone jailbreaked have its pros and cons. An ordinary iPhone user would say that nothing good comes from jailbreak. Well, those average Joe from the iPhone community clearly have no idea on the perks that comes with jailbreaking the iPhone.
Running on an untethered iOS will not only break the chain loose, it will also open the doors to Cydia apps which are more competent than those on the App Store. Not convinced? Then check out the best 3 new apps we’ve uncovered below. 1. BioLockdown For just $1.99, iPhone 5s users will get some major security improvements. BioLockdown enable users to segregate all the personal files and folders so that whenever the device is lost or stolen, the thief won’t be able to access them at all. Unlike, BioProtect which allows you to only lock apps, and AppLocker that allows you to lock apps and folders, BioLockdown allows you to lockdown apps, switches (system toggles) and Settings panes with Touch ID. After you install the tweak, you can launch the Settings app, and navigate to BioLockdown, to configure the apps, switches and Settings panes that you want to protect using Touch ID. The user interface, as one would expect from Petrich, is quite nice. The apps, switches and Settings have been segregated in separate tabs. To lock an app, folder, or Settings, you need to tap on Settings > BioLockdown > New Restriction, and tap on it to add it to the list. That’s it, going forward when you try to access it, you will be prompted to use Touch ID to unlock it. 2. F.lux Waking up in the middle of the night only to have your iPhone killing your eyes with a glare, then F.lux is the solution. The app identifies the time and ensures that brightness will be set to the minimum when in dark times. F.lux makes your computer screen look like the room you’re in, all the time. When the sun sets, it makes your computer look like your indoor lights. In the morning, it makes things look like sunlight again. 3. IFile If there is something Apple has failed to learn from its Android counterparts is the ‘file manager’ feature. The iPhones are basically a hard drive with plenty of functions. Users can now run through the files and folders in their storage with IFile. The app cost $4.99.