One of my iPhone just installed the recent iOS 10 public betas. I have to say that Apple has done a lot of changes and redesign to their lock screen, several stock applications, and much more. One of which is my favorite: the Control Center.
Unlike in iOS 9 or lower versions, the Control Center in iOS 10 now has two different pages. The first one include everything except for your music player and volume controller. In fact, Night Mode icon even have its own separate row now instead of staying in line with other icons.
If you swipe right, there is your Music player. You will be able to see current playing song, forward or backward and control your volume using the slider.
There are a lot of redesign elements that I don’t appreciate in iOS 10, but its Control Center isn’t one of them. If you would like to take this concept and apply it to older iOS version, try a new jailbreak tweak called Decorus.
How to Bring iOS 10 Control Center to Older iOS
If you are tired of the current design of your Control Center and want to change it up, maybe you can take advantage of Decorus. A tweak that brings the iOS 10 Like Control Center to iOS 9.
Here is how to install it.
Step 1: Go to Cydia and reload your sources
Step 2: Make sure everything is updated and go to the Search tab
Step 3: Since this tweak is hosted on the BigBoss repo which is one of the default sources, you don’t have to add a new repository.
Step 4: Type in Decorus > Purchase > Install > and Respring
So yeah, besides the redesign and an additional page, nothing has changed much. The Control Center still pretty much the same. I hope you guys like the new redesigned Control Center of your iOS 9.
The good thing is that you have the options to turn off and on several features from the Control Center. Go to your stock Settings app and configure them from there.