New jailbreak tweak called WidgeficationX allows users to modify iPhone widgets and notification banners transparency values in iOS 10. The tweak has a system-wide effect on your device, so you’ll see the changes throughout your many iPhone interfaces, whether you’re on the Lock screen, Home screen, or viewing Notification Center. Let's see how this tweak works.
How To Modify Widgets And Notification Banners Transparency Values
At the screenshot above you can see how WidgeficationX can change the stock look of your widgets and notification banners.
Playing with the transparency values for the notifications banners you should be very careful as some configurations can make it really hard to read when they pop up anywhere in iOS10. Since the widgets are always in the same place with a blurred background behind them, they’re not really any more difficult to read no matter what effect you choose to use. So keep that in mind.
If you’re interested in trying the WidgeficationX (iOS 10) tweak to modify iPhone widgets and notification banners transparency values go to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and grab it for free. Note that the tweak works only on jailbroken iOS 10 devices.
WidgeficationX tweak comes with a preferences pane that you'll find in the Settings app. From there you’ll be able to configure what kinds of transparency effect you want to use for each your banners and widgets:
It is also possible to use the flat rectangular mask option to remove the rounded corners from banners and widgets if you don’t like them. Once you're done with your setting hit the respring button that is also included in preference pane to save your changes each time you make them.
In conclusion I can say WidgeficationX is really cool tweak as it offers a bulk of different options to play with the look of your iPhone widgets and notification banners modifying their transparency values.