Continuity brings scrollable widescreen wallpapers to jailbroken iPhones: If you want to change your wallpaper somewhat habitually or you’re anything like me then you might’ve noticed something. The thing is how some of the best wallpapers are optimized for horizontally-oriented displays such as tablets and laptops. Except those vertical ones found in smartphones.
Newly Released Jailbreak Tweak:
Applying these types of wallpapers on your iPhone generally results in an annoying viewing experience. But with the help of a newly released jailbreak tweak called Continuity by iOS developer Johnny Waity, you can make even the widest of wallpapers look enchanting on your tall smartphone display.
How does Continuity work?
Continuity works by making widescreen wallpapers scrollable across the extent of your iPhone’s Home screen. This means that your wallpaper moves as you scroll from one page to another. It also ensures you that you get to see every fine detail of your wallpaper image as you interact with the Home screen.
Confused? Don’t worry. Here’s an animated GIF image to show you what we mean:
In the case of Kylo Ren wallpaper, we can see the character panning the display as we swipe left and right through our Home screen’s pages. It includes the Today widget page, which behaves much like an extension of your Home screen.
Tweak’s Preference Pane in Setting App:
Setting up Continuity is easy. Once you downloaded a nice widescreen wallpaper, you can visit the tweak’s preference pane in the Settings app:
Here, you can:
- Choose a wallpaper image from your Photo Library
- Respring your device to save your changes
Wallpapers are a great way to give your iPhone some character. That said, if you’d like to expand your reach to widescreen wallpaper options, then you can purchase Continuity for $1.00 from the Packix repository in your preferred repository manager. Continuity works with jailbroken iOS 12 and 13 devices.
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