In iOS 10 Apple redesigned the Control Center completely and gave it a new look and also made the toggles of Control Center colored when they are on. This is for all the buttons in Control Center including Air-Sharing and Night Mode toggle.
If you got a little bored by the colors or appearance of those toggles then with the help of iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak you can customize them. This will require an iOS 10.1.1 jailbroken device and two new tweaks called Cream 2 and Cream-less, With the help of these two tweaks, you can completely customize the colors of toggles or just disable them completely.
Cream 2 VS Cream-less
If you are an old jailbreak user then you might have heard about the “Cream” jailbreak tweak that allowed to change the colors of jailbreak toggles. Now it is updated to Cream 2 which is for iOS 10 and it allows you set the custom colors for the following toggles:
- Airplane Mode
- Do Not Disturb
- Night Shift
- Rotation Lock
After you install the tweak, head over to preferences pane of the tweak in the Settings and configure the colors of any toggles that you want to. After you have configured the colors for all the toggles, you can then tap on the Respiring button at the upper right hand of the screen because after the color change it requires a reboot. Tap on that button and after the devices turn on again, you will notice the color difference from before.
Cream 2 is available for free on Cydia’s Big-boss Repo.
While the Cream 2 allows you to set the custom color for each toggle of Control Center, Cream-less, on the other hand, disables the colors completely. The Creamless tweak is for those people who like a little more colorless look and don’t like extraneous colors.
What this tweak does is that it makes the toggles completely gray and when they are on, they will glow a little brighter than before and will remove all the colors like orange, green etc that were there before.
The tweak works as soon as you install it. There is nothing to configure for this tweak and it works immediately after installation. Also, there is no preferences pane in the Settings and no way to turn on or turn off the functionality of this tweak. The grayish color will remain there until you remove the tweak from Cydia and uninstall it.
Cream-less is also available for free on Cydia’s BigBoss Repo.
Personally, I like the Cream 2 tweak better than Cream-less because it gives us the ability to add custom colors to the toggles and I like bright and vibrant colors but some people don’t like those colors and Cream-less tweak is idle for those as it removes all those vibrant colors from the toggles and make them almost colorless.