If you own an iPad with the latest iPadOS version installed on it, then I am sure you are aware of how amazing Apple has made the Dock experience for the iPad users and offers great multitasking features to them.
Usually, the Dock on the iPhone displays up to four user-selected app icons only but that is not the case with an iPad’s Dock. In fact, the Dock on an iPad is divided into two sides that are usually separated by a vertical line. The left side of the Dock displays the user-selected app icons while the right side displays the recently used apps on the iPad.
It is honestly a shame that Apple doesn’t offer the same Dock experience to iPhone users but don’t worry. If you have a jailbroken handset, then you can also enjoy iPad Dock experience on your notched iPhone with the help of this newly released and free jailbreak tweak known as ipaddock14 by iOS developer 0tcQd.
With ipaddock14 jailbreak tweak, your jailbroken iPhone gets the same Dock experience that an iPad user usually enjoys and it behaves in the same fashion as well. The Dock automatically resizes itself to accumulate the recently used apps that usually are displayed on the right side of the Dock. That’s not all, you can also swipe up from the bottom of the handset display when you are using an app to show the Dock so that you can switch to an app that appears on the Dock display with a single tap.
If you are interested in getting the ipaddock14 jailbreak tweak, then you can do so by getting it for free from the 0tcQd’s personal repository. This jailbreak tweak supports jailbroken iOS 13 and 14 devices. Moreover, it works well with 0tcQd’s HideMePageDots jailbreak tweak which is used for hiding the page dots from the Home Screen of the device for a neat look.
In case you haven’t used 0tcQd’s repository before, then you can add it to your favorite package manager using this URL:
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