Current Version: 1.3
Last updated on: 2-17-14
iPhone 5s/5c/5, iPod 5g
Requires DreamBoard 2.0.3
AppleWEB i5 has been completely redesigned with a newer layout, all new features and new graphics specifically for the iPhone 5s/5c/5 and iPod 5g.
The redesign is now very elegant, clean and resembles the current Apple website much more.
AppleWEB i5 offers unparalleled customizing options with extremely creative functionality that will make you think your using a completely new phone.
AppleWEB was originally created in 2011 to resemble the Apple website with clever DreamBoard functionality and lots of customizing options.
Now, finally, AppleWEB i5 for iPhone 5s/5c/5 and iPod 5g is here and has been completely redesigned with a newer layout, all new features and new graphics specifically for the iPhone 5s/5c/5. The redesign is now very elegant, clean and resembles the current Apple website much more.
AppleWEB i5 offers TONS and TONS of customizing options with extremely creative functionality that will make you think your using a completely new phone.
A few new features and functions:
Over 60 different wallpapers/backgrounds to choose from.
The Navigation Bar currently has 5 buttons; Home, Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3, and Folder 4 (all apps only).
The home button can be pressed at almost any time from within anywhere in AppleWEB i5 to return you to the Homepage.
All 4 folder buttons can be named whatever YOU want from within each respective folder. Each folder, once opened, has its own ‘Edit Menu’ that will allow you to rename the folder and add apps to it.
The ‘All Apps’ folder can be renamed, but you can not change what apps are located within it. This folder has been coded to always have all your apps for easier access to everything.
The Address Dock is completely dynamic and will always update itself with whatever area you are in. You can also add a username to AppleWEB i5 (from within the main settings area) and it will show here in order to add a bit more personal touch. It also contains the button to access the theme settings area.
The Dock holds the most commonly used apps; Phone, Messages, Music, Maps, and Camera. ALL Icons Are customizable through the theme settings area. Each icon can be used to launch one of the many popular app choices that are provided. Each icon can also launch a Quick Launch Window instead that can hold up to 4 apps of your choice.
Additionally, if you swipe the dock area to the left you will have access to the most commonly used iOS utility apps; iOS Settings, Clock, Calculator, Calendar and Notes.
The Banners are back with the same functionality everyone loved. This time, there are a lot more along with new choices and graphics. There are 5 customizable banners the flip up and down to change. To change your 5 choices, just go into the theme settings area > Banners.
The Tiles have been completely redesigned in every aspect. Graphics, functionality and size. The tiles now can be customized to the popular choices provided in the theme settings area>Tiles. Each tile can be flipped up and down through 3 app choices.
The Tabs area has also been redesigned and besides the ‘Cydia Tab’ are all customizable through the theme settings area>Tabs. The Mail and Web Browser Tabs can be changed to one of the many popular choices provided OR can be a Quick Launch Window instead to hold up to 4 apps of your choice.
The new Settings Menu for AppleWEB i5 is comprised of the Settings Menu and within each Settings area is a Settings Submenu. Currently, the settings choices are: Appearance, Dock, Banners, Tiles, and Tabs.
Each Settings area has its own Settings Submenu.
– Within the Appearance settings, you have the options to customize Wallpaper, Banner and Dock Backgrounds, Weather, Time/Date options and username.
– In the Dock Menu you have the options to customize the Phone, Messages, Music, Maps and Camera Icons.
– The Banners Menu allows you access to change each of the 5 banner app options.
– The Tiles Menu has the options to change the left 3 and the right 3 tile app choices.
– The Tabs Menu allows you to change the mail and web browser choices to one of the many popular app choices or open a Quick Launch Window.
New Dynamic Folders
Now almost full screen for much faster browsing and a larger number of apps in view!
With AppleWEB i5’s new folders, you now have control over what apps you want (up to 60) AND NOW can name them whatever you’d like.
Once you open a folder, you have 2 Menu options; View Apps and Edit.
Within the View Apps area, you can scroll through all your apps you’ve assigned to that folder as usual and launch them.
With the new Edit Menu, you now have the choices to ‘Edit Applications’ and ‘Edit Folder Name’. Each is self explanatory and offers complete customization over your folders.
Dynamic Weather Information
All new redesigned weather options and view.
One of the few big changes/modifications to AppleWEB i5 is the weather. The weather no longer has a tile to take up all that space in the theme, and now instead has been placed in the Dock area.
You now have a ‘quick glance’ at the current weather in your area. you have the options to view A LOT more details by pressing “More Details” to the right of the weather on the Dock.
“More Details” will bring up a popup that showcases a look at the current weather conditions along with a look at the 5 day forecast. All the information is live. Additionally, the weather can be changed to Celsius or Fahrenheit with the push of a button in the Settings Area>Appearance>Weather.
AND SO MUCH MORE!!
> FIX – Fixed the bundleID for Tweetbot Tiles (Tweetbot 2 and 3)
> UPDATE – Added a slight transparency to the weather area in the dock
> FIX – Fixed iOS 7 bundleID for the iOS Music Icon in Dock
> FIX – Fixed the bundleID for LinkedIn banner
> FIX – Updated the banner and BundleID for Quickoffice
> FIX – Updated the Passbook tile with new iOS 7 BundleID
> FIX – Several graphic and code optimizations
> UPDATE – Added a status bar strip to the wallpapers with white at the top as iOS 7 has no status bar and the information is in white text
> UPDATE – Removed the Theme Outlet tile (Added a tile option for Fnet Designs Shop)
> UPDATE – Removed the Fios Remote banner and tile (no longer supported by Verizon)
> NEW – Added a new banner and tile option for Fios Mobile app
> NEW – Added a tile option for the Box app
> NEW – Added a tile and banner option for Xbox One Smartglass
> NEW – Added 13 new wallpapers in the ‘Pattern’ section
> NEW – Added an option to make the Tiles transparent. Go to the theme’s settings > Appearance > Backgrounds (second submenu option) > Tile Backgrounds
> Initial public release