Hidden Settings Found in iOS 7 Enable Edge Swipe, Corner Swipe, More [Video]

Hidden Settings Found in iOS 7 Enable Edge Swipe, Corner Swipe, More [Video]

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Hamza Sood has managed to enable some hidden settings in the new iOS 7 beta that enable additional gesture, multitasking, and folders options.

Sood performed some unspecified tweaking to get access to the hidden menus. They enable system-wide edge swipe and corner swipe gestures which may eventually be used for quickly switching apps.

Also included in the settings is a way to hide pre-installed apps, the ability to create nested folders, and pinch to close folder action.

Numerous other settings are present including Blur Folder Icon, Blur Folder Background, Blur Newsstand, Adaptive Folder Icon, Adaptive Saturation, Adaptive Brightness, Adaptive Alpha, Adaptive Foreground Alpha, Animate Icon, Ignore Uninstallability, and more.

Check out the screenshots and the video below for more details...

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Hidden Settings Found in iOS 7 Enable Edge Swipe, Corner Swipe, More [Video]Hidden Settings Found in iOS 7 Enable Edge Swipe, Corner Swipe, More [Video]

Hidden Settings Found in iOS 7 Enable Edge Swipe, Corner Swipe, More [Video]Hidden Settings Found in iOS 7 Enable Edge Swipe, Corner Swipe, More [Video]
pacman - June 19, 2013 at 3:15pm
im looking through my files on my ipod and i nned to know what it is called so i ca n change it
fleb - June 18, 2013 at 8:58pm
This has to be jailbroken iOS 6 with iOS 7 theme because any settings in iOS 7 still show the clock and service while in it. Either it's fake or is done on a jailbroken iOS 6 device.
payton - June 18, 2013 at 6:45pm
how do you get to the springboard settings
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Jeffrey - June 18, 2013 at 4:54pm
Can you make it so that icons don't always line up back to back. Can it be like android where you can place an icon anywhere on the screen?
rexology - June 18, 2013 at 6:09pm
You guys complain that IOS7 is horrible and looks like kids painting. How is placing icons anywhere on the screen (like Android) making this less like kids painting? Apple is about consistency and proper design guideline. Placing icons anywhere does not follow that. Stupid rabbit....Androids are for kids.
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