Install iOS 7 On iPhone 2G / 3G And iPod Touch 1G / 2G With Whited00r7


by cM Boy on December 30, 2013

Whited00r 7 has been released that brings iOS 7 on older devices that includes iPhone 2G / 3G and iPod Touch 1G / 2G. These devices are by default not compatible with the latest operating system by Apple.

Those of you who are unaware of Whited00r, its a custom firmware that brings the features of newer firmware to older devices.

Whited00r ios 7

Here is what the Whited00r official announcement says:

You may be thinking “Well I could have just used winterboard for this…”. Let me assure you, you couldn’t have. The theme is so much more than just image deep so to speak. There are several tweaks (memory efficient mind you!) working in the background to provide a completely immersive iOS7 feel for your old device.

To start with, there is the amazing, beautiful iOS7 theme. The team put hours and hours into this theme to give you the most complete replica of iOS7 theme capable by images.
Every icon, loading screen, and image you see has been touched in some way to make everything flow together in a smooth theme that in some ways is even more impressive than the real iOS7 theme.

Underneath that is a modification at the system level that changes text colour, animations slightly, as well as layouts of certain things to provide an iOS7 feel to the way you interact beyond the graphical.

App Time machine, Banner notifications, iOS 7 lock screen, PushFixer, Configurator, Control Center and App Switcher are among the other notable features that comes with the Whited00r 7.

So if you happen to have an older device that is not supported with iOS 7, you can simply install Whited00r 7 to have iOS 7 on your device. Installation wizard can be found here. Cheers!

  • slieser

    You will NOT have iOS 7 on your old device. It may look like 7 BUT you CAN’T install apps that need iOS 7.

  • mon

    I agree with slieser. I installed whited00r on my device
    and it LOOKS like iOS 7 but it’s not actually iOS 7. You can’t
    install the newer apps. I had to restore my device to default
    because a lot of apps stopped working. Even after I restore to the
    previous version, there are a lot of apps that I can’t install that
    were already in my iPod previously.

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