Jailbreaking is all about customizing your device. Once you jailbreak, almost everything is customizable – this allows you to personalize your iDevice way more than you were ever able to before. If you’re someone that uses their iPhone a lot throughout the day, you’ll be looking at your lockscreen A LOT. And chances are, other people will be seeing it a lot too, so why not check out some of these top lockscreen mods? Here’s our top 5.
5. Android LockScreen
This lockscreen is desired by a lot of iPhone users simply because it’s used on almost every Android device – and it’s extremely popular. This lockscreen modification will allow you to set a passcode using a pattern of 9 dots – draw a shape or a pass code by connecting them in any order, and use that in the future to unlock your phone. Although it is less secure than using a 4 digit passcode, it is almost always quicker to use.
4. LS Nimbus
LS Nimbus made the list simply for its beauty. Without a doubt, LS Nimbus is one of the most beautiful lockscreen mods available for the iPhone, and one of the few lockscreens I feel I can just sit and look at, admiring its beauty. The style of the font, the placement of the text, and the general layout make the theme look clean and elegant.
Circles is actually one of my favorite lockscreen themes. It’s clean, it’s simple, and it looks nice. I don’t know, there’s just something about it that clicks with me. The circles form their own clock, so the developers have included an option to remove it if you shall wish. Another cool feature is the circles will rotate if you rotate your device, always keeping them facing the correct way for you.
2. Piano Passcode
We have seen lots of different ways to unlock your jailbroken iPhone, but Piano Passcode is the first one that allows you to unlock your phone by playing a song. Piano Passcode lets you set a passcode using a series of piano keys. Although you can enable this along with the default pass code, this is not recommended as it may cause some issues.
If you like features or widgets, (long time readers will know I definitely do) than MiLock is for you. MiLock is loaded with customizable features and widgets, which is why it’s number one on my list. As soon as you install it, you a prompted with a set up screen, where you can choose what you’d like to be displayed on your lockscreen. It looks brilliant on both the iPhone 4S and the iPhone 5, and is recommended for anyone who wants to spice up their lockscreen.
Of course, there are hundreds of other great lockscreen options available, but out of all the ones we have looked at it, the staff here at iOS Universe have found these to be our personal favorites. There is truly someone out there for everyone, it all depends on your personal tastes. Which one of these lockscreens do you like best? Or if not one of these ones, what’s your favorite? Let us know in the comments or on our forums!