If you like to experiment on your jailbroken device you can move Status bar to bottom of screen in iOS 9.3.3 and see how your iPhone will change. Status bar is a useful UI element of iOS for every user as it allows you to take a quick glance at WiFi connectivity, battery level, cellular signal and a lot more. We all are used to that the Status bar is meant to settle at the top of the screen. With a new jailbreak tweak known as BottomBar you can change the position of Status bar by moving it to the bottom of the screen. This creates an empty screen estate at the top by moving the Status bar to the bottom.
How Do I Move The Status Bar To The Bottom Of The Screen
In order to move Status bar to bottom of screen in iOS 9.3.3 your device must be jailbroken with Pangu tool. If you're already done head to Cydia and download BottomBar tweak. The tweak is absolutely free and works on iOS 9.3.3.
Once BottomBar tweak is installed, you’ll have to enable it via its dedicated preferences pane in Settings. The tweak is extremely easy in use as the pane features only a single kill switch toggle and doesn’t offer any aditional options for configurations.
Note that currently BottomBar tweak only works when you’re on the Home screen. But as per the developer report in the near future he plans to release the update with such additional features as the ability to enable or disable the tweak per app, reposition the Status bar to anywhere on the screen and a lot more.
If you for some reasons want to change the position of the Status bar or you’re into theming and using widgets on your Home screen then BottomBar tweak can be really useful for you.