How To Quickly Emulate The iPhone's Sleep Button With Proximity Sensor

Since iOS 7 untethered jailbreak is here and we have seen a lot of great tweaks that supports the Touch ID in the iPhone 5s and other tweaks change the look of Control Center and today I will add this tweak.. SleekSleep is a new recently released jailbreak tweak that allows you to emulate a press of the sleep button by means of the iPhone’s proximity sensor. This basically means that you can sleep or wake your iPhone using a wave or swiping motion in front of the device.

This is a very new idea for the tweaks, and we don't see such tweaks everyday, so we've got for you a video walkthrough for the video, check it out: 
So how does the tweak work ? Once install SleekSleep, you can start using it, or head over to the stock Settings app to perform further configuration. The tweak’s preference panel is basically made up of a group of sliders used to adjust the sensitivity of the tweak. SleekSleep also features a Flipswitch toggle to quickly disable its effects via Control Center or other areas.

 Sure enough, after installing SleekSleep, I was able to wave my hand in front of my device to turn it off and turn it on. Obviously, since this tweak is requiring that the proximity sensor stay active, it will have some negative consequences for your iPhone’s battery; it’s just part of the territory for a tweak like this.

 SleekSleep is a neat tweak, if not a bit unnecessary. It’s something cool to show off to your friends, but even I have to question its practicality, especially when you throw in the potential battery issues. Keep in mind that SleekSleep only works with iPhones due to the proximity sensor requirement, but it does play nice with either iOS 6 or iOS 7.

  SleekSleep tweak is available for $0.99 from Cydia store via BigBoss repo.. Let us know your opinion about the tweak...

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