Let’s add
some Apple Watch Inspired Analog & Digital clock on your jailbroken iPhone
running iOS 10. A new cydia tweak called LockWatch lets you to add some
vireities of Analog Clock inspired from Apple Watch. LockWatch is developed by
Sniper_GER which has featured several Apple Watch Analog clock faces on
Lockscreen of your Jailbroken devices.

LockWatch automatically fits the iPhone screen when the
notification pops up on Lockscreen Banner.

Let’s add some Apple Watch Inspired Analog & Digital clock on your jailbroken iPhone running iOS 10 with a new cydia tweak called LockWatch
Along with that, LockWatch, the tweak supports both analog
and digital watch faces
like Utility (analog), Simple (analog), Color (analog), Chronograph (analog), X-Large
(digital) & Weather (analog).
You can also add weather to the current location to the
Apple watches faces as in the screenshot. Similarly, you can customize the
Lockscreen Watch faces same like in Apple Watch like changing the color of the
UI, Adding or removing styling, hiding or showing the Date and more.

Let’s add some Apple Watch Inspired Analog & Digital clock on your jailbroken iPhone running iOS 10 with a new cydia tweak called LockWatch
LockWatch is not available in the Official Repo BigBoss. You
can install it by adding the third-party repo in the Source tab of Cydia.
How to Add Festival Repo & install LockWatch on iPhone
  • First up all, your device need to be jailbroken
  • After then launch Cydia and go to the Sources tab
  • Now tap on the Edit button & tap on Add button
  • Next type the repository url; https://festival.ml/repo/
  • Now tap on the Add Source button
  • It will now add the Festival Repo on Cydia
  • Now go to Search tab and type LockWatch & Install it
  • After you have installed it, respring your device once.
After installing the tweak, you can have the option to
configure from the settings app in the tweak preferences where you can enable
or disable the tweak.
That’s
all. Enjoy the Apple Watch Inspired Faces on iPhone Lockscreen too.

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