If you like the Apple Watch themes, you can now use them on your iPhone in the form of widget , and thanks to an iPhoneHacks blog guide we explain how to do it. Please note that we need to have the jailbreak done on our device. You should also know that for some people it can be a somewhat complex process, but by following this whole guide step by step, everything should work out correctly.
To begin with we have to choose between one of the two alternatives that allow us to load the widgets onto the device. One of them is LockHTML 4 which costs one dollar and the other is GroovyLock which is free but a bit more tedious.
The Apple Watch widgets are completely free and to install them we first need to add the repository: http:/sniperger.github.iocydia, then install Apple Watch “Chronograph”, Apple Watch “Simple” and Apple Watch Weather for LockHTML which are the widgets in question.
If you chose the LockHTML 4 option, you will simply have to run it and select one of the widgets downloaded from the selection panel. If you chose to install GroovyLock you will need to have downloaded iFile from Cydia, open it and copy the files from varmobileLibraryLockHTML to varmobileLibraryGroovyLock.
So much for installing the widgets on your device , but if you’ve used them, you’ll have noticed that some of the data doesn’t match where you are, so you’ll need to edit the weather file. js file in iFile located at varmobileLibraryLockHTMLWATCH – Weather.themeweather.js if you use LockHTML 4 or varmobileLibraryGroovyLockWATCH – Weather.themeweather.js if you chose to use GroovyLock and when you click on it choose to open it in “Text Viewer”.
Within the code we are interested in changing the first lines, the first is the name of our city, the second is the woeid which is the identification of our area so that the widget is accurate and you can know by entering your location on a website for this. The third line corresponds to the units that by default appear in “imperial” and that if you are used to the international system it is advisable to change it to “metric”. The last line is the time zone we are in and you will have to change it depending on where you are. When you have finished editing, press the Save button and reboot your device. Your widget will be set up perfectly.