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The Big Door Prize Review: The Most Thought-Provoking Comedy Since The Good Place – AppleTV 4 Jailbreak (

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The existential cluelessness of humanity may not sound like a great starting point for a heartwarming comedy, but Apple TV+’s new series The Big Door Prize takes our general nervousness about life and apprehension to dream big and repurposes them into one of the best comedy debuts in years. Part small-town hangout comedy, part sci-fi mystery, and all philosophy generator, The Big Door Prize asks big questions while delivering even bigger laughs and feelings, and it’s a serious contender for best new show of the year. 

Creator David West Read (Schitt’s Creek) adapted M.O. Walsh’s 2020 novel of the same name about a small town called Deerfield (Louisiana in the book; Anywhere, U.S.A. in the show) where everyone’s life is disrupted by the sudden and mysterious arrival of a photo booth-looking machine called the Morpho, which promises to deliver a user’s life potential by way of a simple blue card that contains a single printed word or phrase. For one, it’s “guitarist.” For another, it’s “candlemaker.” One older man even gets “male model.” What happens next? Citizens of sleepy Deerfield hammer power chords, get wax all over their hands, strut around like they’re on the catwalk, and do whatever their cards tell them they’re supposed to do, despite never having an inkling to do so beforehand. 

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But The Big Door Prize‘s revelatory moments come from its characters attempting to decipher the true meaning of the more cryptic Morpho cards, leading to huge changes in their lives and relationships. “Guitarist” might be self-explantory, but what happens when the local gossip gets “storyteller”? What does “superstar” mean to the former high school jock and pro hockey player whose career was cut short by injury? In the real world, people all over the country are influenced by purposefully vague pseudoscientific and just plain dumb predictors of fortune: astrology, Buzzfeed quizzes, and religion have made smart people do stupid things. The Big Door Prize capitalizes on similar mania to explore what potential means, how people search for (and find!) answers in places where answers aren’t meant to be had, and the truth and fiction behind self-fulfilling prophecies in both hilarious and touching fashion. 


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  • The philosophical questions keep you thinking
  • Superb cast keeps things interesting
  • Central mysteries keep you hooked
  • Great humor keep you laughing


  • The season ends rather abruptly and without closure

Though it’s truly an ensemble cast, the center of The Big Door Prize‘s universe is Dusty (Chris O’Dowd) and Cass (Gabrielle Dennis), high school sweethearts in their third decade of being a couple. The Morpho’s arrival coincides with a key moment of Dusty’s life — his 40th birthday — but Dusty, an easygoing but pragmatic history teacher at Deerfield High, isn’t feeling the midlife crisis until the town’s interest in the Morpho machine and life potentials reaches a fever pitch. Things were going well for him! But now everyone is searching for more, and that rightfully bothers him. And it’s only magnified when he compares his card to Cass’s, which appears to be diametrically opposed to his. 

This is the magic of The Big Door Prize. Established connections become threatened by nascent ideas spurred by something unexplainable, bringing up the question of whether we as individuals are cheating ourselves out of something greater because we’re cozy in our comfortable ruts. By all appearances, Dusty and Cass were happy in their relationship, but any tiny seed of doubt becomes an oak tree with the Miracle-Gro of the Morpho. 

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Other characters face similar crises. Teen Jacob (Sammy Fourlas) thinks the entire Morpho experience is bullsh–, but is it because his card indicates his potential is to come out of and overtake his twin brother’s shadow, or is it because he doesn’t think he’s worthy? Cass’s mother and Deerfield’s mayor, Izzy (Crystal R. Fox), gets a card that only reminds her of the past she gave up, sending her into a tailspin of regret (and interpretive dance). And Father Reuben’s (Damon Gupton) Morpho card is a nuclear bomb, making him question every decision he’s ever made in his life in heartbreaking fashion. 

I’ve purposefully refrained from saying what the cards say, because that’s a huge part of the fun. The Big Door Prize is structured like many ensemble comedies, with episodes highlighting specific characters and their arcs, prompted by the reveal of what their card says at the end of one episode and spending most of the next episode showing how they handle what it reads. This device brings the town and its people to life through surprising character revelations while also approaching the series’ central question from different angles. This isn’t a show that wants to give an easy solution to the meaning of life, and the varying cards and their interpretations instead present multiple answers that reflect the different paths we’re all on. 

Chris O’Dowd, The Big Door Prize

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That journey is carried on the shoulders of a stupendous cast who make great writing better with excellent performances across the board. O’Dowd, familiar internationally as the slacking goof from the legendary U.K. comedy The IT Crowd and in America from Bridesmaids, embodies the yearning of the forever average man, nailing Dusty’s comedic reactions while also impressing in the show’s more dramatic moments. Dennis is perfect as Cass vacillates between wanting more and sticking beside her love, and the unlikely pair ooze chemistry and become one of TV’s most endearing couples. Fourlas, as Jacob, and Djouliet Amara, who plays Dusty and Cass’s daughter Trina, give me hope for teenagers on television. Josh Segarra is his usual hilarious self but is given more material than he’s ever had to show his range, and Gupton carries a sincere earnestness that gives the series weight. 

In addition to all the great performances and character work, the looming mystery of the boxy blue Morpho machine runs parallel to the characters’ changing lives. Is it a high-tech data-mining flash in the pan? Was it dropped from the cosmos by higher life forms? Is it a mouthpiece for a divine figure? Is it just a meaningless scam? Is it just a plot device? And really, does it matter? Though most of The Big Door Prize is all about the characters, the series does tease big things to come from the machine, with its origins and future looking like they will be a big focus of a potential Season 2. The thing is, the rest of the show is so good that it doesn’t need anything from the Morpho, but the added intrigue, accompanied by a delightfully magical original score, makes things even better. 

If there’s one knock on The Big Door Prize, it’s that Season 1 doesn’t end with a whole lot of closure as it sets up a Season 2. But the potential of the series is clear: The Big Door Prize could be your new favorite show. 

Premieres: Friday, March 29 on Apple TV+ (first three episodes, followed by new episodes weekly)
Who’s in it: Chris O’Dowd, Gabrielle Dennis, Damon Gupton, Josh Segarra, Crystal R. Fox, Djouliet Amara, Sammy Fourlas
Who’s behind it: David West Read (creator)
For fans of: Waxin’ philosophical, The Good Place, heartfelt comedy
How many episodes we watched: 10 of 10
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Last week, we reported that a number of users were complaining of poor device performance and battery life after updating to iOS 6.1. Apple fixed part of the problem, releasing an update for 4S users who were experiencing 3G connectivity issues.

But for many, a nasty Exchange bug still remains, causing iOS 6.1 devices to continuously loop when syncing a recurring calendar meeting invitation, thus crippling battery life and performance. The good news, though, is that a fix is on the way…

Don’t you wish you could avoid the usual routine after taking photos with your iPhone: sifting through shots to eliminate the ones where your thumb is perfectly exposed – but your special someone is blurred beyond recognition. Your worries may be over, as a new patent reveals Apple wants to make you a better camera phone photographer. The camera Apple outlined in the filing is designed to continuously capture and store images in a buffer until you release the shutter.

Your mobile device takes from there to automatically scan the buffer, rate the pictures just taken using a number of parameters and present you with the best image…

You can call it the ‘iWatch.’ You can call it a ‘wearable computer.’ Heck, you can even call it a ‘bad idea.’ But after a week of hearing reports from major news outlets that Apple is working on a wristwatch-like device, it looks like it’s happening.

And that certainty becomes a little more solid this afternoon, as iMore’s Rene Ritchie adds his weight to the rumor. Ritchie, who has proven to be very accurate with Apple intel, reports that Apple is indeed moving forward with the project…

When Apple introduced the iPhone 5 last fall, it turned the iOS accessory market upside down. In addition to the new handset, the company unveiled its new Lightning dock connector—a 9 pin port that instantly made millions of add-ons obsolete.

But Apple didn’t just change the connector, it also tightened up the requirements for its third-party MFi accessory program. And today, Mophie, who just announced the Helium battery case for the iPhone 5, offers some insight on the changes…

Ever wanted to speed up video playback on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch? While it’s not a thought that occurred to me, Harrison Apps (the developer behind Universal Video Downloader) says that their new tweak is great for speeding up recorded University lectures.

The tweak is called FastForward, and it alters the speed of film clips that take advantage of iOS’ native video APIs. With FastForward enabled, you should be able to give your long winded professors a bit of a boost…

Amazon’s Kindle iOS app has been updated with three useful additions. First up, now you can pick between four color choices to highlight passages of text. Second, Amazon says that the brightness setting will now be saved across device sleeps. And last but not the least, the app now supports something Amazon refers to as Book End Actions, which is basically “sharing the accomplishment with friends on Facebook and Twitter”.

Just as Scosche launched its new wall and car Lightning chargers earlier this morning (in addition to the world’s first official retractable Lightning-to-USB cable), Apple has made some tweaks to some of its own accessories.

Surprisingly enough, the new and shorter 0.5-meter Lightning to USB cable costs the same nineteen bucks as Apple’s 1-meter Lightning to USB cable, making the purchase of the latter a no-brainer. The shorter Lightning cable arrives just as Apple last month unveiled the new $29 0.5-meter Thunderbolt cable. Also new: a tweaked In-Ear Headphones…

If someone asks you what a good streaming music service is, who do you recommend? Pandora? Rdio? Spotify? What about Slacker Radio? Yeah, despite the fact that the company has been around for 6 years, Slacker rarely gets mentioned in the same breath as the others.

But it’s looking to change that. Yesterday, Slacker Radio essentially relaunched itself as a brand—touting complete redesigns of its web and mobile clients. The new iPhone app looks particularly sharp, with a revamped visual interface and new Slacker “Music Guide” feature…

In support of “A good day to die hard”, the upcoming new installment to the 25-year-old Die Hard movie franchise starring the now aged action hero Bruce Willis, Fox Digital Entertainment today released the official iOS game, a movie tie-in. Die Hard, the shooter, puts you in the shoes of Jack McClane, the son of New York City’s most famous cop, as you battle ruthless mobsters, elite commandos and shadowy politicians in Russia, with locations like Moscow’s mean streets and the radioactive wasteland of Chernobyl…

If you’re in the market for a keyboard case for your iPad or iPad mini, then look no further. Zagg is currently offering 50% off all keyboard cases for the iPad and the iPad mini.

This special offer is only available while supplies last, so now is the time to make a decision…

Wunderlist to-do and reminder app by Berlin-based startup 6Wunderkinder landed on the iPhone two years ago. It has expanded since to Android devices, as well as to Mac and Windows PCs. So far, the program has been named the iPhone App Of The Week in 104 countries.

Today, developers announced a major new version, a universal binary that now natively runs on all form-factor iOS devices, including iPads. The app features Facebook Connect, lets you share your to-dos and reminders, supports recurring tasks and subtasks, notifications and seamless cloud sync across all your devices…

The New Zealand Police Department has announced that it will be doling out 10,000 iOS devices to its officers over the next few months as part of a new technology push. It says that 6000 of its officers will be receiving iPhones, and 3900 of them will also receive tablets.

According to Police Commissioner Peter Marshall, the decision to go with Apple’s platform came after field testing a range of different devices, including those running Android and BlackBerry operating systems. The deal is said to be worth in upwards of $5 million…
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Apple has seen a few high-profile departures of its silicon experts for graphics giant AMD. For example, Apple’s lead chip designer Jim Keller left the company last August to join AMD’s Mark Papermaster, who was briefly Apple’s VP of iPhone engineering.

Another example: Wayne Meretsky, who is known for his work on Macs and other Apple products, in January became AMD’s VP of Software Development. And perhaps most importantly, director of graphics architecture Raja Koduri in April left for AMD, where he had previously worked before Apple poached him in April 2009.

Now, Apple is striking back. According to a number of job listings and LinkedIn profiles, Apple this year picked up at least a dozen former AMD graphics engineers for Orlando Design Center, its rumored brand new shop for custom chip development. These hires indicate Apple’s accelerated custom chip development as the firm seeks to further distance itself from rivals, whose products mostly incorporate off-the-shelf chips…

Tetris is one of those games that I never could play very well. I would often drop a block in the wrong spot or not plan ahead for upcoming blocks. I’d end up with too many holes and no way to remove a row.

Tetris Blitz takes much of the hard work and frustration out of the game by giving you block placement options and a two-minute time limit. You’ll never run out of room for blocks because the game will end before you get there…

Tornado season is well under way. Although the devastating weather has been late on arrival this year, last week’s tragedy in Oklahoma shows that Mother Nature is not weakening. If anything, she is a stronger force than ever.

If you are in an area that ever has or ever will experience a tornado, the American Red Cross has your back with their Tornado app. Use this app to plan for emergencies, prepare for a rescue, and pick up the pieces after the disaster is over…

By now, most of you have probably heard of Dots. The game, which has only been out for about a month now, has seen over 2 million downloads and over 250 million plays during its short existence. It’s quickly becoming a hit.

Today, BetaWorks has posted a significant update for the title, bringing the software to version 1.7. Most notably, the update includes support for the iPad, a new multiplayer mode, and high-contrast colors for color blind players…

This is kind of interesting. Without cryptic event invites or rampant speculation, Apple just introduced a new product. No, it’s not the iWatch or anything like that. It’s just a new version of its fifth generation iPod touch.

As most of you know, Apple  unveiled the 5th-gen touch during its iPhone 5 event last fall. But up until now, it’s only been available in 32GB and 64GB. The new one comes with 16GB of storage, and few other changes…

Well known designer and Chief Creative Officer of Jawbone, Yves Behar, gave the world a preview of his next big venture last night. It’s called ‘August,’ and it’s an iPhone-connected digital lock system that promises to change the way we open doors.

Now, Internet-enabled smart locks aren’t anything new. But what the August brings to the table is a sleek design—which was fashioned by Behar (who designed the Jambox, Up)—and superior functionality. Think of it as the Nest for door locks…

Apple has tonight announced details for its upcoming iTunes Festival, an annual music festival it’s sponsored for the last 5 years. This year’s event, like last year’s, will be taking place at London’s historic Roundhouse venue throughout the month of September.

Head of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue says that the Festival will be the “best ever,” with a star-studded lineup of over 60 acts. Global superstars like Justin Timberlake and Thirty Seconds to Mars are scheduled to perform during the 30-day event…

Some big news this afternoon in the jailbreak community. JailbreakCon, the group behind the annual convention for jailbreakers, has just posted up the schedule for this year’s event, as well as a list of high-profile speakers.

It will be a 2-day affair at the Raddison Hotel in New Rochelle, New York, with workshops and speeches given by some of the biggest names in jailbreaking like Saurik, and tweak developers Filippo Bigarella and Ryan Petrich…

Good news this afternoon for Real Racing fans. Electronic Arts has released the massive ‘Dubai’ update we told you about earlier this week, and it is now available in the App Store. The update features everything you’d expect from a franchise racer, including new car-makers, new car models, and new tracks…

Fans will be happy to hear today that Second Gear, the developers of the popular iOS note-taking and Markdown editing app Elements, have a new application in the works. We don’t yet know what that app is, but we do know how they’ll announce it.

Passbook, apparently. The team has created an information server called Pit Pass, and it will actually push updates regarding the status of their new app to devices using Passbook. It’s a clever idea, that has heightened anticipation for their new software…

In a steady stream of updates, Google has been perfecting its mobile Gmail app, adding new features and smoothing out rough edges over time. For example, back in March the Gmail iOS app added new gestures so you could swipe left and right to move between messages, without having to return to their inbox. And in a minor update earlier in the month, the software gained ability to open web links in Google’s other apps, like Maps and YouTube.

Well, today’s a big day as the Gmail team just announced a brand new inbox across mobile Gmail apps and on the web. So, what’s new? Basically, categories and tabbed interface, to allow for easier organization of email messages.

Read on for additional details and promo video…

Over the past month or so, we’ve seen hacked carrier updates released for both T-Mobile and AT&T. The modded firmware files were posted with the promise of improving data speeds in iPhones, and iPads with built-in cellular capabilities.

Not wanting to leave the folks on ol’ Big Red out, the developer of those two hacks has posted a hacked carrier update for Verizon. And like the others, it promises to better device performance on the network by opening up its bandwidth…
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‘Hello Tomorrow!’ Episode Guide: How Many Episodes in Billy Crudup’s Apple TV+ Drama? – AppleTV 4 Jailbreak (

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Apple TV+ is shooting for the moon with Hello Tomorrow!, a new comedic drama starring Emmy-winning actor and The Morning Show star, Billy Crudup.

Crudup, who’s also an executive producer on the series, plays Jack Billings, a traveling salesman in a retro-future world who makes a living by selling timeshares on the moon. When his professional and personal lives unexpectedly collide, Jack is forced to confront his past, reevaluate his present, and clean up a mess that’s out of this world.

Wondering how many episodes are in Hello Tomorrow!? When new episodes of Hello Tomorrow! premiere on Apple TV+? Or who is in the Hello Tomorrow! cast? Here’s everything you need to know about the new series.

How Many Episodes Are In Hello Tomorrow!?

The first season of Hello Tomorrow! on Apple TV+ will feature 10 episodes. The first three episodes will premiere on Friday, February 17, 2023. (That’s today!) After that, the series will follow a weekly release schedule with new episodes premiering on Fridays, and the finale airing Saturday, April 1.

When Do New Episode of Hello Tomorrow! Premiere on Apple TV+?

As noted above, new episodes of this series will premiere on Fridays, with the ex›ception of the finale. Episodes will be available to stream on Apple TV+ every Friday from now until March 31, and the finale will drop on Saturday, April 1. (A Saturday drop right after the penultimate episode is unusual for Apple, so we reached out to confirm the date and will update this piece when we hear back.)

If you don’t see Hello Tomorrow! episodes on Apple TV+ right away, don’t panic! Try refreshing your browser or app. Sometimes platforms take a few moments to load new content.

Looking for a complete Hello Tomorrow! episode guide with corresponding premiere dates and episode titles? We’ve got you covered:

  • Episode 1, “Your Brighter Tomorrow, Today”: Friday, February 17
  • Episode 2, “Great Salesmen Make Their Own Turf”: Friday, February 17
  • Episode 3, “A Traveling Salesman Travels”: Friday, February 17
  • Episode 4, “Forms, Appropriately Filled and Filed”: Friday, February 24
  • Episode 5, “From the Desk of Stanley Jenkins”: Friday, March 3
  • Episode 6, “The Numbers Behind The Numbers”: Friday, March 10
  • Episode 7, “Another Day, Another Apocalypse”: Friday, March 17
  • Episode 8, “The Gargon Mothership”: Friday, March 24
  • Episode 9, “Certain Forces Once Unleashed”: Friday, March 31
  • Episode 10, “What Could Be Better?”: Saturday, April 1

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Is There A Hello Tomorrow! Trailer?

You bet. You can get a first look at Apple TV+’s latest dramedy by checking out the trailer at the top of this page.

Who Is In The Cast Of Hello Tomorrow!  On Apple TV+?

Apple TV+’s Hello Tomorrow! features a talented group of actors you’ll recognize from from popular TV series and films including The Morning ShowTruth Be Told, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Hart of Dixie, and more.

You can check out the main cast here:

  • Billy Crudup as Jack Billings
  • Haneefah Wood Shirley Stedman
  • Alison Pill as Myrtle Mayburn
  • Nicholas Podany as Joey Shorter
  • Dewshane Williams as Herb Porter
  • Hank Azaria as Eddie
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TrollBoard is another icon theming app for non-jailbroken iOS 15.0-16.1.2 devices – AppleTV 4 Jailbreak (

There have been countless apps for TrollStore and the MacDirtyCow exploit in recent memory that allow users to customize their Home Screen’s app icons with ease, even without a jailbreak on firmware ranging from iOS 14.0-16.1.2. The latest of such releases is TrollBoard by iOS developer haxi0.

According to the developer, TrollBoard is a proof-of-concept in its current form, and it supports iOS versions 15.0-16.1.2 by way of the MacDirtyCow exploit. In the /r/jailbreak release post, the developer says that while it can be used as an alternative to the Cowabunga app, TrollBoard doesn’t offer the option to revert your app icons back to how they were, so there’s a hint of risk involved with using it in its current form; a future v1.1 update could add a revert feature.

On the project’s GitHub page, haxi0 outlines how to use TrollBoard:

1) Launch the app so TrollBoard can make the folder for you.
2) Get an icon you want to change your app to, drop it into /var/mobileTrollBoard via Santander or Filza
3) Make sure your icon is named after your app’s bundle ID; for example: for the Calculator app
4) Go to TrollBoard and refresh the list of .png files. You can see your image there and tap to apply it to see how it looks

At this time, TrollBoard only works with user apps and will require a reboot after being applied for themed app icons to take effect.

As for the risk incurred with using TrollBoard, developers of the competing Cowabunga platform have said that because TrollBoard modifies system files, there’s a chance for conflict with other customization apps that would make troubleshooting a nightmare scenario. Many of the sentiments appear to echo the Mugunghwa vs. TrollTools debate that raged on between those two developers many months ago.

The TrollBoard developer responded to some of these claims in the /r/jailbreak release thread, and it seems like future updates could make it even safer to use.

It will be interesting to see how TrollBoard evolves as future releases come out. After all, competition is good because it motivates developers to produce better apps compared to their competition to draw users in. With so many different app theming platforms available for non-jailbroken devices, there’s a lot more fun to be had on devices that don’t currently have a jailbreak.

TrollBoard is available to try out via the developer’s GitHub page.

Are you planning to try TrollBoard, or have the comments about its safety encouraged you to try something else such as Cowabunga? Let us know in the comments section down below.
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appletv – Will Severance Get Easier to Watch Through Season 1 – AppleTV 4 Jailbreak (

I’ve watched 3 episodes so far, and while the first one caught my attention, episode 2 was difficult to watch, and episode 3 was even more so. The show is getting great critical reviews, but it is so dark and not in a way I find appealing. I feel like I’m watching people in great pain.

Despite that, I am curious as to where it goes. However, if as I understand it, there will be a season 2, it’s obvious that things won’t be resolved in season 1.

With that said, does the show get easier to watch? Does it actually become enjoyable?

Hopefully without spoiling the show too much, can anyone give me a reason to continue watching.

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I have an AppleTV 4K from 2021, one without optical output. I do have a bluetooth soundbar hooked up at the moment and it does work well but I would like to invest a little to get true surround sound. I am by no means an audiophile who can hear whatsoever there is to hear for a difference so any cheap sound system will do just fine. I am also happy to go for an older system which I can find second hand.

So this is not an easy endeavour because the only output there is on the Apple TV 4K is HDMI. So I need either to invest in an expensive AV unit or go via a Toslink extractor. But then apparently I can’t control the volume via the Apple TV anymore. And when investing in an older AV unit I am worried Netflix won’t work anymore with its HDCP protection etc. So it’s all a bit confusing what I should buy.

If only I could simply get 4 or 5 HomePods and place them in a room to get this sorted 🙂

How have you guys got around this?
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SixteenMusic brings a configurable iOS 16-style Now Playing Lock Screen UI to jailbroken iOS 14 & 15 handsets – AppleTV 4 Jailbreak (

If you look at the Lock Screen’s Now Playing media interface on an iOS 16 device beside an iOS 15 device, then you should notice some aesthetic differences.

iOS developer ETHN has just released a new jailbreak tweak called SixteenMusic that ports the newer Lock Screen Now Playing aesthetics to older, jailbroken versions of iOS so that even users who avoid updates can feel like they’re using the latest software.

As you can see in the screenshot examples above, the SixteenMusic UI gives users a nice view of the album artwork and easy-to-understand media controls that should look and feel familiar if you’ve ever used an iOS 16 device before.

You’ll see that the tweak supports both portrait and landscape orientation, and that it plays nicely with missed notifications to ensure you can see everything that matters at a glance.

Once installed, users will find a dedicated preference pane in the Settings app where they can configure SixteenMusic to their liking:

Options to configure here include:

  • Enabling and disabling SixteenMusic on demand
  • Disabling the background
  • Enabling landscape orientation support
  • Choosing between normal, compact, or large Now Playing styles

The developer provides an Apply button at the top right of the preference pane in the form of a check mark that allows you to save any changes you make here.

Since people have different opinions on what looks best, it’s brilliant that the developer not only ported the iOS 16 aesthetics to jailbroken iOS 14 and 15 devices with SixteenMusic, but also gave users the choice to select their now Playing style.

If you’re interested in giving your pwned handset’s Now Playing interface a boost by making it look and feel more like an iOS 16 device, then you can purchase the new SixteenMusic jailbreak tweak from the Havoc repository for just $0.99.

What are your thoughts about having a configurable iOS 16-inspired Now Playing interface on your jailbroken iOS 14 or iOS 15 handset? Let us know in the comments section down below.
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