Your iPhone is mainly an internet-based messaging system, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it for other things. The rear-facing LED flash of the handset for instance doubles as a handy multi-stage flashlight when you’re lost in the dark.
Stock iPhone users are restricted to using the fast action button of the Lock Screen flashlight or the toggle button of the Control Center from anywhere else in the iOS. But a new and free jailbreak tweak dubbed Manaar by iOS developer Plat-Ykor could come in handy in those uncomfortable slick-fingered situations where using a touch screen is simply not a viable choice.
Manaar, circumvents any need for a touch screen by enabling users to move the (rear_ facing )LED flash to their iPhone by( double_ pressing) the (side_ mounted) wake button of the handset when the system sleeps and locks. It both saves time and provides a more realistic approach to using the flashlight feature of your iPhone, particularly in cases where your hands are greasy and unable to effectively operate a touchscreen.
Activator also comes with many features to trigger the iPhone’s flashlight to use other methods, but it gets hit or missed depending on the selected gesture, and Manaar gives the end user a little more flexibility. These customization options are found in the devoted preference pane of the tweak which you will find after installation in the Settings app:
- Enable- or disable Manaar on demand,
- Permit Manaar, to work even when Low Power Mode is enabled,
- Enable or disable, haptic feedback when using Manaar,
Since you are keen to try out Manaar, on your own, then you can download it from the Packix repository free of charge from your favorite package manager,. Manaar supports jailbroken iOS 13 devices that sport an LED flash to the rear.,