Have you ever wanted to move the Wi-Fi toggle switch location in Settings in iOS 10? Normally you navigate into the Wi-Fi section of the Settings app where you can then enable/disable the feature on demand and select the network you want to connect to. But a new free Cydia tweak dubbed as WiFi Top Toggle by developer Mohamed Marbouh does a little bit of rearranging in your Settings > Wi-Fi preferences pane, making an end result look tidier.
Look at the screenshot above, do you notice the difference between before and after sides. Yes the Wi-Fi toggle switch is moved out of the preferences pane cells and is instead replace to the navigation bar.
At first sight it looks weird, especially if you’ve been using iOS for so long that you’re not used to seeing things like this. On the other hand, you'll get used to the change really quickly. You find this change of the Wi-Fi toggle switch location in Settings really handy.
WiFi Top Toggle removes some of the unwanted clutter from the chaotic Wi-Fi preferences pane. Those who’s ever around bulk of Wi-Fi networks knows just how long the list can get, so having an unnecessary toggle switch out of your way gives you more space for looking at available networks at a glance.
So if you want to try to move the Wi-Fi toggle switch location in Settings in iOS 10 then WiFi Top Toggle is available as a free download package from Cydia’s BigBoss repository. The tweak works only with jailbroken iOS 10 devices. The tweak also doesn't come with dedicated preference pane so it will do it work right after installation.
I find this tweak really useful and get used to new place of the Wi-Fi toggle switch in Settings really quickly.