Removing unwanted apps from your iPhone is a straightforward affair — long-press an app’s icon, then hit the delete button once it appears. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said when it comes to uninstalling tweaks from a jailbroken iPhone, which is a little more tedious to perform.

Many tweaks aren’t as highly polished as their Apple-sanctioned counterparts, and they can cause buggy performance, along with other issues on your iPhone. Similar to stock iOS apps like Safari and Photos, jailbreak tweaks you’ve installed through either Cydia or Sileo are embedded into your iPhone’s operating… more

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