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ForceInPicture enables Picture in Picture mode on unsupported devices
Picture in Picture mode is a type of multitasking that was introduced with iOS 9 so you could complete other tasks while simultaneously watching video. Unfortunately those with iPhones, iPod touches, and even some models of iPad can't use it because it's restricted to certain models of iPad only.A new jailbreak tweak called ForceInPicture is now available in Cydia that will enable Picture in Picture mode on all unsupported devices, so long as you're running iOS 9 or iOS 10 on them.For what it's worth, another jailbreak tweak dubbed Pegasus did pretty much the exact same thing and was launched in October of 2015, but it also came with a $2.99 price tag. ForceInPicture, on the other hand, is completely free.Because Picture in Picture mode is programmed into iOS, all devices already have the capability built into them. Apple has merely disabled it on unsupported devices because of potential performance and screen size issues.After you install ForceInPicture, you will be able to invoke Picture in Picture mode with the dedicated button in the stock media player of iOS. This doesn't work in all video players, such as in the third-party one in the YouTube app from the App Store, so keep that in mind.Once you tap on it, you'll be able to close the app you're in with the Home button and the video will remain above your Home screen icons, where you can continue to watch it and open another app instead.You can tap and drag to move the video elsewhere on your screen so you can tap anything that may be hiding underneath it, and to really make some more room, you can completely move out off to the side of the screen and you'll see an arrow like you do below, which lets you bring it back into view whenever you're ready:
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