Here Is How To Customize iPhone Without Jailbreaking

If you want to customize your iPhone/iPad, you usually think the thing to do it is jailbreaking your device, but if your device have not been jailbroken, how you can do? In this post, we’ll show you how to customize iPhone without needing to jailbreak it.

1) Hide the app icon labels

Step 1: Open Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Motion and switch it on.

Step 2: In the Accessibility section, you select Increase Contract and turn on Darken Colors.

Step 3: Then, you need to hide the app icon labels by using a bug included in iOS 10.

  • Open Control Center.
  • Swipe up Control Center to move to the center of the screen. Do not release your fingers off the screens.
  • Double press the Home button to launch App Switcher.
  • Next, return to the Home screen and you’ll see that the app icon labels in the dock have disappeared.
  • Move the next four apps to the dock and repeat the above process to hide their labels. Repeat this until all the app icon labels are hidden.

2) Hide the Status bar

Similarly to the above section, hiding the Status bar requires the help of a glitch in iOS 10. However, this is just temporary since the Status bar will come back when an application is opened.

Step 1: Double press the Home button to open the App Switcher.

Step 2: Press and hold the Power button until you can see the ‘slide to power off’ line.

Step 3: Then, double press the Home button to go to the Home screen. You’ll recognize that the Status bar has disappeared.

Also read: How to Sync Messages from iPhone to Mac & iPad

3) Hide the dock and folder blurs

Step 1: First, download and save the wallpaper from here onto your iPhone.

Step 2: Tap on Photos app and launch Camera Roll.

Step 3: Open the wallpaper that you just downloaded. It is in the black color.

Step 4: Now tap on the share button and choose Use as Wallpaper > Set > Set Home Screen to make it your Home screen wallpaper.

Step 5: Go to the Home screen and the blur background of dock and folder icons have disappeared.

4) Theme the app icons

Step 1: Launch Safari on your iPhone.

Step 2: Go to

Step 3: On this site, you’ll find all the themes that are available for your iPhone. Choose one and tap on it to open.

Step 4: Scroll down to the ‘Install theme’ section and tap on Application icons.

Step 6: Scroll down to the bottom of the page and tap on Generate theme.

Step 7: Then, you’ll be directed to the profile installation page. Tap on Install.

Step 8: Now go back to your Home screen and you’ll find the icons theme changed. Then, arrange them or put together as your hobby.