Force Get Full-Screen iPhone X Support On Your iOS Apps

Force Get Full-Screen iPhone X Support On Your iOS Apps

When iPhone X was first introduced by Apple, an entirely new problem shipped along for people who use different applications for which no updates were expected to come soon.

In the same way as it happened with first ever plus-sized iPhone, the developers were required to update the apps for ensuring that additional space could be used to its full potential.

And as soon as iPhone X rose to the scene, we had to face very same situation and if you were using apps that didn’t receive an update to extend support for latest hardware from Apple, you have every right to complain about the experience you’re having on your newly bought device. However, if you have tried the Electra Jailbreak for iOS 11 on your new iPhone then you may have a solution at hand.

So, on your jailbroken device, you can force get full-screen iPhone X support with FullScreenX Cydia tweak.

The tweak is completely free and you can download it from the repository on Cydia. What it will do is that it will take all the apps that have not been optimized to utilize bigger screen of latest iPhone X and makes them to go full-screen.

Once you have installed the tweak on your device, you will have to activate it by simply flipping a toggle and respringing your iOS device. Once you do that, all the apps that were previously filling some portion of your iPhone screen will go full-screen and you will be able to make the most of biggest display around.

Though it is great for the iPhone owners who are already enjoying a jailbroken experience, but you’re still out of luck if you have not jailbroken your device yet. In that case, you will simply have to wait until the developers release an updated version of the app that is giving the above mentioned issue. Some apps might not make it ever so you’re better off jailbreaking your iOS device and start using the FullScreenX tweak to get full-screen support on your new iPhone X.

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