Tweaks Updated Jun 19, 2023

AIM tweak enables iOS 16 Lock Screen style on iOS 15


iOS 16 introduced a new style for the Lock Screen adding an option to change the look of the time font and placing some useful widgets just under it. AIM tweak copies the iOS 16 Style of Time, Date, and a few widgets displayed on the Lock Screen. Recently AIM tweak was updated to support rootless jailbreaks running iOS 15 and iOS 16.

Add AIM Repository to your favorite package manager.

What is AIM?

AIM is a free jailbreak tweak that brings to iOS 13 – iOS 15 the look of Lock Screen offered by iOS 16. Use this tweak to manipulate the style of time, and date displayed on your Lock Screen. What's more, AIM tweak comes with 3 widgets included that are fully functional. The free version supports now rootless Dopamine and Palera1n jailbreaks on iOS 15.

After installation, AIM tweak adds a dedicated preference pane to the Settings app from where you can configure all available options to your liking. There are separate configuration pages for the time, date, widgets, and custom text. From here you can also toggle the tweak on and off.

The tweak is compatible with all jailbreaks released since iOS 13. It also supports the latest jailbreaks released for iOS 15 therefore you can run it on XinaA15 Jailbreak compatible with iOS 15.0 – iOS 15.1.1 (A12-A15), and Palera1n Jailbreak released for iOS 15.0 – iOS 15.7.1 (A7-A11).

Two iPhone screens showing the AIM tweak main settings page and iOS 16 Lock Screen on iOS 15.

When you will enable the tweak some elements may overlap on the Lock Screen. No worries, the developer included some sliders allowing you to position all elements horizontally and vertically. There is also a reset preferences button, and the respring button to apply all changes.

The tweak allows yo to set up how the time looks like. Toggle the text on or off, set the format and alignment, change the background and text color, define the font size, type (rail, stencil, rounded, black), and font type from all installed fonts including 4 original Font Time from iOS 16.

AIM can also customize the date displayed on the Lock Screen. It offers the same options that are already mentioned in time customization including format, alignment, style, color, custom font selection, and positioning. Additionally, you can display next to the date actual weather with icon, temperature, location, condition, or upcoming alarm with a clock icon.

Tips: If weather doesn't show on the Lock Screen widget created by AIM tweak, add City/Location in Weather App. This will fix the issue. The battery widget on the Lock Screen can activate the low battery mode when taped.

Two iPhone screens showing AIM tweak Time configuration pane and custom colour selector.

On the widget's configuration page there are obviously settings related to displayed widgets. The developer included 3 widgets that can be used with AIM tweak. There is a weather widget with low and height temp values (can be displayed as a circle or a list), a sunrise, sunset, or alarm widget. Here you have controls to change the widgets color, label, size and positioning.

In the tweaks other section there is a bonus allowing you to change the “Swipe up to open” text to any value, set its color, and shadow, or enable the animation.

AIM tweak was works on all modern jailbreaks released for iOS 13.0 up to iOS 15.7.1. On top of that you can run the tweak on the latest Palera1n Jailbreak for iOS 15 – iOS 16.2 released for A9-A11 iDevices, and XinaA15 Jailbreak for iOS 15 – 15.1.1 on A12-A15.

AIM can also hide stock elements such as charging animation, and Quick Action. What's more, the tweak is compatible with LastLook, the wonderfully designed always-on display tweak for iOS 13 – iOS 15. You can also display AIM widgets on LastLook Lock Screen.

Add Repository

AIM tweak was released as a free package through the Havoc Repository. Add the official AIM Repository to your list of Cydia Sources and install the tweak to personalize your Lock Screen and add some widgets to imitate the iOS 16 look. The latest version works on iOS 13 – iOS 15.7.1. If you need more control over the look of your Lock Screen there is also paid AIM Pro.

To install AIM tweak on iOS using Cydia, follow those steps:

  1. Run Cydia app from your Home Screen.
  2. Tap on the Sources tab, then select Edit button.
  3. Add the following repository URL:
  4. Cydia will automatically refresh packages available in the repo.
  5. Search for AIM tweak and install the package.
  6. Restart the Springboard to save changes.
  7. Configure the tweak from the preference pane in the Settings app.

For added convenience, you can quickly add the repository to your preferred package managers (Cydia, Sileo, Installer, Zebra) by using the convenient quick links provided at top of this page. With just one click, you can easily add the repository and download the tweak.

Two iPhone XS Max screens showing AIM tweak available configuration options for widgets and date options.

What's new

  • Updated AIM to version 1.3.
  • Added rootless support.
  • New custom font picker.
  • New Date Option with preview and picker.
  • Add Event today to Date Option and Widget (Circle).
  • Add support for 24 Hour time.
  • Now support show widget on LastLook.
  • Fix Time and Date not refreshing in LastLook.
  • Fix bug respring when slide camera on Look Screen.
  • New support with Grupi.
  • Add option to set custom “No older Notifications”.
  • Add option to hide “Quick Actions”.
  • Fix overlaying with notifications.
  • Initial release.

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