- Jul 19, 2007
iOS 9.3.2 Safari Jailbreak Explained!
You've gotten used to the super bright icons? And the slowness of the OS?I know truth be told I've gotten so used to stock at this point that I'm unlikely to JB again.
A jailbreak doesn't speed up the OS. All you can do is eliminate animations and make certain visual effects snappier.I saw this and another jailbreak created. Sadly no releases, and as of today they say no JB for 9.3.2 or 9.3.3 as the Safari JB will be patched in 9.3.3.
You've gotten used to the super bright icons? And the slowness of the OS?
To be more specific, the jailbreak doesn't speed up the OS like a faster processor would, but it does allow you to eliminate the animations, which slow you down just under a second and make it take longer to get into your apps. That's not an illusion. Everything else runs the same. It's a small amount of time and it sounds petty to most people, but I'm so used to not having to deal with it that it's very noticeable and a little irritating when I do.Like Nap said, the JB only gives the illusion of speed by tweaking animations. Yes I've been stock for so long that my desire to JB has greatly diminished.
I don't have to wait at all when the app is stored in memory. But even if it isn't, I'd rather not have to wait any longer than I have to. Mainly, it's just that I dislike watching a stupid fade out or genie shrink repeatedly. I just want in my apps as fast as possible. The OS can handle that, but Apple insists on slowing down the process. It's flashy and it looks good for demos, but a lot of us who have been using it for years don't want it.I agree that eliminating animations save some time but you still have to wait for the actual application to load regardless so you don't really gain much. I actually jailbroke in the past partly to get rid of animations but after being stock for a while I don't even notice animations any more. The whole drama by these developers have turned me off to jailbreaking.