iOS 11 comes with lots of interesting features, such as all-new App Store, a native screen recorder, redessigned Control Center, and much more. Apple also rolled out the first beta of iOS 11 to developers, and the public version is expected to be launched in the fall this year. If you want to all these great features on your device, then you can get some of the iOS 11 features on your iOS 10 device.
However, one thing you should note that you need to jailbreak your device. A lot of the features in iOS 11 have been installed with jailbreak tweaks, so if you own a jailbroken device, you can easily grab these features on your iPhone/iPad running iOS 10.
How to Get iOS 11 Features on iOS 10
The large screen size of iPhone Plus is difficult for users to type with a single hand, but iOS 11 can solve this issue by launching a one-handed mode. If your device has been jailbroken, you can get this feature on your iOS 10 device by using a jailbreak tweak called OneHanded.
iOS 11 adds a native screen recorder that can access right from the Control Center. This is quite similar to the CCRecord tweak built for iOS 10. You can also use the third-party screen recording apps such as AirShou, which are able to install without the jailbreak. You can install these apps by sideloading with the Cydia Impactor on your computer.
Customizable Control Center
The Control Center customization is a new thing in iOS 11, but jailbroken device can redesign the Control Center with a combination of different jailbreak tweaks. You can dowwnload and install FlipControlCenter tweak to add more toggles to Control Center, whereas CCHide, Polus are tweaks to help you change the look of Control Center.
The most interesting feature in iOS 11 is ‘Smart Invert’, but it doesn’t work well with the third party apps. If you’d like to get a fully-working dark mode feature on your iOS 10 device, then you can check out a tweak called Eclipse. It is compatible with apps from the App Store and also gives many customization options.
iOS 11 features a file management app called ‘Files’. The apps allows you to manage files on your local drive, iCloud drive, as well as the third-party cloud services. If your device has been jailbroken, you can use iFile, which is the most popular file management tweak, which gives access to system files.
These are some typical jailbreak tweaks that help you get some of the features of iOS 11 on your iOS 10 device. Let’s know what your favorite feature of iOS 11is in the comments below.