Thanks to developer Lucas Menge, who made the project open source, the code has been compiled and posted as a Cydia package. This means that everyone can now try out the Apple Watch UI concept on their iPhone. if you have not jailbroken yet, then follow our turtorial to jailbreak your device now. Click here to jailbreak ios 8.
Follow my written step by step guidelines for getting the Apple Watch UI theme on your iPhone.
Step 1: Open Cydia and tap on the Sources tab
Step 2: Tap Edit → Add, and type in the following repo address: “http://cydia.myrepospace.com/lamerz/” without quotes, then tap Add Source.
Step 3: Open the Lamerz source, and find the Apple Watch SpringBoard package. Install the package and reboot your device.
Step 4: Launch the “WatchSpringboard” app (it should be an app with no app icon) and you’ll see the Apple Watch SpringBoard concept.
Guys please be noted that, the concept is just that—a concept, a demo however it’s not fully functional you can try it to get a new taste. Hence, launching apps doesn’t actually work (it just launches a dummy app). Nevertheless, this provides some great insight into how an alternative UI like the Apple Watch UI would work on a large screen device.
I have to say, I like it. It’s different, but with a little tweaking and modification with the additional real estate in mind, it would be very interesting. That said, there are definitely caveats, like app organization. I guess folders could still technically work. At any rate, it’s good for a nice discussion.
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