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Upcoming Jailbreak Tweak: IntelliScreenX For iOS 5 [Cydia]

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A cool upcoming jailbreak tweak from Intelliborn called IntelliScreenX promises to bring Notification Center alerts and widgets right on to your iPhone’s Lock Screen. The tweak will require iOS 5 to function and will allow users to access system toggles, read full emails in Notification Center, view upcoming calendar events as well as view and post to Twitter and Facebook. According to FSM, there will be a beta version releasing sometime this week with full version to follow as soon as next week.

IntelliScreen is available for $9.99 in Cydia, and IntelliScreenX will likely cost the same. The source claims anyone who bought IntelliScreen and wants to upgrade to IntelliScreenX can pay an upgrade fee of $7.99. Also, if you bought IntelliScreen in the past 30 days, it will be a free upgrade.

We’ll definitely update you once it’s available for download in Cydia. In the meantime, take a look at the following teaser video:

[Thanks to Ken for the tip!]

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  • Hjd

    That’s awesome! Their ideas would be a great direction to go, or perhaps apple should have already done this. Apple, hire these guys!

  • SINISTERjoker

    I don’t get when stuff like this or other tweeks come out articles and ppl say hire these guys, and apple has b4. For the most visionary company around they sure don’t seem to know what the f ppl want from their phones. It takes some coder in his house not in a multi billion dollar company to figure this stuff out! Come on! It’s taken how many years for apple to finally get to this point and there excuse is we wanted to do it right. They should just say we didn’t want to put it in cause the next large update won’t have as much stuff for ppl to get excited about. Yea I have an iPhone but really it lacks and trust me it would be the last phone on my list if it wasn’t for the jailbreak community. They make the phone work properly apple just puts it together and sells it and slaps an outdated os onto it that’s then brought up to snuff by the people who make the phone great! Thank you JB community!

  • Kirk

    Really? I think everyone is entitled to their own opnion obviously but to me that looks way to busy. I like the lock screen to be simplisitic and that has too much stuff all over the place for me.

  • Anonymous

    Looks cool, but for $10? No thanks

  • Eddy

    Looks ok- I like the idea of info at my finger tips but hate the clutter… I would rather have a clean screen. Any thoughts fellas?

  • Kirk

    That’s exactly how I feel.

  • Eddy

    Agreed!

  • GrandMasterFlash

    “For the most visionary company around they sure don’t seem to know what the f ppl want from their phones…”

    So for not adding this specific app/tweak that you like Apple doesn’t know what they are doing? Have I got that right? Also there are millions of jailbroken phones out there right? At $8 a pop, you are valuing the Intellisync as a multimillion dollar company…because naturally EVERYONE wants this app. $10 x 2million= $20million dollar company. Does that even make sense? It doesn’t make sense because only a niche of people like this enough to add to their phones…not millions.

    Also, Cydia apps are great. Their one flaw is that they don’t all work together. There are lots of conflicts and so LOTS of crashes and phone resets. Secondly, even if you do get a somewhat stable phone, adding more than a handful of tweaks slows the crap out the phone.

  • Ari

    Do these guys understand the concept of a “lock” screen? Deleting emails without unlocking the phone? Reading all emails without unlocking the phone?

    Why bother with a lock screen and pass codes if install that tweak since you effectively don’t have any lock screen security then?

  • Ari

    So are you a member of the team behind Intelliscreen? Are you afraid that iOS 5 is too good even on the iPhone 3GS that people might not bother jail breaking and buying your expensive tweak?

    iOS removes a lot of the reasons that people used to jailbreak. You might not be able to install icons skins but you can customize alert sounds now even on an iPhone 3GS and notification centre with lock screen features enabled largely obsoletes the old intelliscreen.

  • GrandMasterFlash

    *Intelliscreen

  • Anonymous

    How much of a hit does the battery take using this?

  • GrandMasterFlash

    Lockscreen isn’t just about security for a lot of people. It’s just to prevent accidental dialing etc.

  • WhoCares

    So anyone can read my personal emails and mesgs…. what a stupid idea…

  • Stuart

    Then don’t pull down your notification center on your lock screen. It’s that easy.

  • Stuart

    Then don’t pull down your notification center on your lock screen. It’s that easy.

  • Stuart

    It only appears when you slide it down. Slide from the bottom bar back up to the top to make it disappear.

  • Stuart

    It only appears when you slide it down. Slide from the bottom bar back up to the top to make it disappear.

  • Kirk

    Yeah. But it defeats the purpose of me doing the jailbreak to begin with. If u like it great. Me? Nope. Prefer my notification center but not on my lock screen.

  • Kirk

    Yeah. But it defeats the purpose of me doing the jailbreak to begin with. If u like it great. Me? Nope. Prefer my notification center but not on my lock screen.

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