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We’ve seen swathes of great iOS 7 themes pour out from Cydia recently. But while some have dramatically revamped the aesthetic of Apple’s mobile OS for the better, others, such as Carla, have proved that sometimes, it’s the subtle alterations that can make the greatest overall difference. Thientam Bach, aka Surenix, is actually known for his popular Ayecon theme, which was also recently updated for iOS 7, here he has once again demonstrated his masterful skills in a teaser for his latest theme, ayeris.

The theme, which is unfortunately not going to be released until February 21st, doesn’t go overboard when it comes to modifying certain aspects of the standard look, but does more than enough to completely freshen things up.

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Teased on Twitter under the slogan “beauty is in the aye of the beholder,” the theme should be made available within the next ten days. It will almost certainly be a WinterBoard-based theme, so you will have to have the well-known theming app under your belt if you do wish to enjoy this theme on your iOS device.

Details on how much it will cost are also unknown, but all will become clearer next week when it finally becomes available for release.

When iOS 7 first came around, the reception was decidedly mixed, with more than just a small faction of users seemingly bemused by the radical design changes. However, over time, almost all iOS 7 users seem united in their praise for the new look, and although some may still find the icons to be a little bright in places, Surenix’s ayeris nonchalantly tones things down.

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If you want to theme your device, but don’t wish to deviate too far from what is offered at stock level, then this one looks well worth hanging on for.

We will be sure to let you guys know as and when this theme becomes ready for prime time, as well as all the details on where you can grab it, so be sure to stay tuned to our coverage here at Redmond Pie!

Also be sure to drop your thoughts regarding the theme in the comments section below.

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