Wanna view the world clock from your iPhone’s Lock screen? Try this tweak (Jailbreak only)

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iOS 10 offers tons of new features that change a lot of things we have grown accustomed to. Lock screen has seen a significant design change, as it is now more visually appealing and more useful. If you swipe right on the Lock screen, you will be taken to a new Today view screen where you can add widgets for quick access.

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While you can easily add many apps or third-party apps to your Lock screen, it appears that Apple’s Clock app doesn’t offer any widgets for viewing the world clock on the Lock screen. In reality, there are tons of third-party apps out there that can do this, but if you now own a jailbroken iPhone, everything becomes much easier.

There is a nice jailbreak tweak called Temporal that allows you to view the time in different locations in the world right from the Lock screen without even accessing the widgets page. If you want to see what time it is in a different city, you can purchase the tweak from the Cydia’s BigBoss repo for $1.15. Once you are done, you can view the time in many cities worldwide by swiping the Lock screen clock to the left or right.

Note that you need to add your cities the Clock app before moving ahead. Once you are done, the tweak will display the time based on the cities you have added to the Clock app. However, you cannot configure or customize the world clock in Temporal due to its lack of configuration options.

One thing you’ll hate about Temporal is that the tweak doesn’t include support for notification center, meaning that you have to head to the Lock screen every time you want to view the world clock. However, Temporal still serves as a nice tweak that allows you to see more in Apple’s stock Clock app.

Also read: Tips to fix “provision.cpp:150″ error in Cydia Impactor

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