iPadOS Dock to jailbroken iPhones
If you have an iPad with the latest version of the iPad OS installed. You already know what Apple iPhone has brought to the Dock on the tablet platform with multitasking.
Unlike the iPhone Dock, which always displays up to four user-selected application icons. The iPad Dock does this on the left and lists recently used applications on the right. These “edges” are separated by vertical lines.
It’s a shame Apple didn’t provide a similar Dock experience on the iPhone. But the good news for the department is that jailbreakers can use a new release called ipaddock 14 and free jailbreak tweaks released by iOS developer 0tcQd. is.
As shown in the screenshot example above. ipaddock 14 provides the same Dock experience for jailbroken iPhones as iPad users and responds in the same way when it comes to behavior.
Not only does the Dock automatically resize. But recently used apps fill the right half. So to view the Dock within the app, swipe up from the bottom of the display and tap to switch to the Dock. can do. App.
The ipaddock14 adjustment item is available free of charge from 0tcQd’s personal repository and supports jailbroken iOS 13 and 14 devices. It also works well with 0tcQd HideMePageDots adjustments. This allows you to hide the page dots on the main screen and clean up the look.
If you have never used the 0tcQd repository,
you can add it to your selected package manager via the following URL: https://0tcqd.github.io/repo/
Are you planning to experience iPad OS Dock on your iOS device? Let us know in the comments section below.