As more people download the beta versions of iOS 11, more users learn about its new and exciting features. One of the most popular features is its Control Center, which has grabbed the attention of many iOS device users because of how different it is from older versions. iOS 11’s Control Center is simpler and more intuitive to use and encourages people to experiment with their device’s settings. It also gives them access to a wider range of settings than before, allowing them to make adjustments from just one place.
Unfortunately, you can only enjoy this updated Control Center if you’ll download and install the developer beta version of iOS 11 or its recently released public beta. If you’re not ready to take the plunge into iOS 11 but want to enjoy the new Control Center, consider getting ControlCenterXI.
This jailbreak tweak allows users to “update without updating” and experience the iOS 11 Control Center even without leaving iOS 10. Just like the iOS 11 CC, ControlCenterXI maximizes the 3D Touch capability of iOS devices and uses this feature to give users access to more settings. If your device does not have 3D Touch capability, don’t worry since ControlCenterXI also accepts long presses in lieu of applying pressure. Simply long-press on any menu item to pull up additional options or launch the app.
ControlCenterXI comes with Noctis and FlipControlCenter as well as a “light mode” that reflects the aesthetics of iOS 11.
The tweak is created by LaughingQuoll and Antique_Dev and was made available on Cydia on July 10. To download and install ControlCenterXI, you need to have an iOS device that runs on iOS 10 and has been jailbroken. Just remember: the tweak is not compatible with the Horseshoe tweak. If you already have Horseshoe, you’ll need to uninstall it before downloading and installing ControlCenterXI.
Want more tweaks? Check out our post on the top iOS 10 jailbreak tweaks!
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