Do you want to enable parallax effect on Home screen app icons in iOS 9.3.3 like it was in iOS 7 then new jailbreak tweak called Depthicons will do it for you. The parallax effect brings a sense of dimension to your Home screen by tilting the wallpaper behind the app icons as you move your device around. Developed by popular developers Ryan Petrich & Surenix Depthicons will bring a similar parallax-like effect to your Home screen app icons. The guide below will help you to setup this tweak and describes how it works.
How To Bring Parallax Effect To Home Screen App Icons On iOS 9.3.3 iPhone
The Depthicons tweak applies parallax effects directly to your Home screen app icons, making them move around as you tilt your iPhone. The tweak supports not only the stock app icons, but the third-party apps as well.
The tilting of the app icons coupled with the default parallax effect of the background wallpaper gives a slight feeling of three dimensional effect on your Home screen.
In order to have iOS 9.3.3 iPhone Home screen app icons with parallax effect you need to head to Cydia’s BigBoss repo and purchase Depthicons for $2.99. Once downloaded, install the package on your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 devices.
When you install Depthicons, disable Low Power mode for the tweak to work. Depthicons tweak will bring with a dedicated preferences pane in Settings app so you can configure it to your liking. You can enable or disable the tweak via the kill switch toggle and set the sensitivity level of the parallax effect. The three sensitivity options are Light, Medium, and Strong. The pane also features a preview of four stock iOS apps to give you an idea of how the parallax effect will look like on the app icons based on the sensitivity you’ve selected.
Enabling parallax effect on Home screen app icons in iOS 9.3.3 the Depthicons tweak makes your jailbroken device unique and interesting.