iCleaner Updated With iOS 10 Support, Now Works With iPhone 7 and 7 Plus

Remember iCleaner tweak? Yes, that iCleaner that lets you free up GBs of wasted disk space on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch by deleting junk files and caches. If you have ever used iCleaner before, then you would be pleased to know that the jailbreak tweak has received a major update in Cydia that brings full support for iOS 10 and later. In addition to adding support for iOS 10 jailbreak, the latest iCleaner 7.6.0 update also brings full support for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices.

iCleaner Pro is an amazing Cydia tweak that makes it possible for users to free up space on their device by deleting unused files, caches and things that are no longer useful. The tweak is capable of freeing up GBs of data in one clean up. Now iCleaner features support for assets removal tools on the latest iPhone models. The update also brings a number of improvements and bug fixes to the tweak, a full list of which is available below. iCleaner on iOS 10 is supposed to be pretty stable as the developer of the tweak has been beta testing it on iOS 10 jailbreak since last month.

Fixes and improvements:

  • Remove iOS 10 update files during the ‘OTA updates’ step.

  • Don’t require reboot upon install on iOS 10.

  • Improved blur animation when presenting full screen views.

  • Fixed alerts being presented twice sometimes on iOS 10.

  • Fixed wrong text color when running in CLI mode.

  • Added arm64 slice.

  • Replaced launch script with compiled binary.

  • Updated Korean localization.

You can download iCleaner on your jailbroken iOS 10 device for free. Add ‘http://ib-soft.net/cydia’ to your iPhone’s Cydia sources and search for the tweak.

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