Posts Tagged ‘Ayecon’

When iOS 7 was jailbroken one of the first things everyone got excited about was the prospect of being able to re-skin their iPhones and iPads. With the new look that iOS 7 brought with it, the need to customize it became a big deal for some, and the theme they all wanted was Ayecon.

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With the recent update and release of WinterBoard for iOS 7 and update to Cydia Substrate, it was a matter of time till we started to see an influx of great themes and tweaks for iOS 7. And Ayecon for iOS 7, which was teased by the creator of the theme – Surenix – on a number of occasions has finally been given the green light and is now available for download. We’ve got more details right after the break!

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We told you not that long ago that Surenix, the creator of popular iOS theme Ayecon was hard at work getting Ayecon for iOS 7 ready for Cydia, and that is still the case. With interest in the project high though, Surenix has decided to share a little teaser, with a stark warning also coming alongside the initially tempting message.

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One of the most popular iOS jailbreak themes on Cydia has to be Ayecon, from Surenix. It’s been around in various guises for some time now, and has been installed on more iPhones, iPads and iPod touches than we care to guess, and we’re sure it’ll be installed on countless more too. In fact, we’re particularly confident about that now that Surenix has announced via a blog post that Ayecon for iOS 7 is almost ready for primetime.

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Anyone who is a regular liberator of their iOS device will understand that removing the restrictions applied by Apple isn’t always carried out just to install tweaks and modifications to control how the operating system works. The Cydia store is also saturated with a plethora of aesthetic modifications and full-fledged WinterBoard themes that change the entire look and feel of the running device by applying a set of custom-made images over the top of the native OS. By creating their own artwork that follow the same naming conventions which Apple have defined under the hood, theme artists can drastically change the device’s visuals, making it unrecognizable as an iOS device.

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