As many of you already know for some time, Apple does not allow customize elements of user interface iPhone or iPad. Especially if it is your logo ...
But thanks to Jailbreak iOS users iOS 8 and 9 will be able to customize the colors of the logo and its background on the screen while the mobile operating system iPhone and iPad starts.
Obviously, if you've updated the software on your device to iOS 9.3.2, iOS 9.3.3, iOS and even 10, you can not customize the colors of the logo, as it has not yet been released Jailbreak. But if you've kept patient in iOS 9.1 , and you have the Jailbreak installed, you're in luck!
Changing the colors start iOS
BootScreenCustomization is a Cydia tweak that will provide the ability to get rid of "boring" (we love) black and white logo on the screen of system initialization. Although it is also likely that, depending on the version of your iOS, see the logo in white with black background.
With this tweak available in Cydia you can select the color you want for each of the two elements. And it's super easy to set up!
The BootScreenCustomization Cydia tweak is available on the BigBoss repository source or free. We have tested it on IOS 9 and it works like a charm!