Add iOS 7 Control Center-like Toggles to iOS 6 With 'iOS 7 Control Toggle Icons'
Well-known graphic designer Surenix has made a new WinterBoard theme called iOS 7 Control Toggle Icons
for NCSettings users that will make the toggles in the popular Notification Center widget look more like Control Center in iOS 7. The theme is shown above; icons appear white when the toggle is enabled and icons dim out when the toggle is disabled.
After installing the theme, you will need to enable NCSettings by dragging it into Notification Center from the Notifications preferences pane, then enable the theme from the NCSettings preferences pane, and finally enable the theme from WinterBoard and respring your device:
Since iOS 7 has five toggles in Control Center, you can configure NCSettings to show five toggles in portrait mode rather than four. Notably, Notification Center will still have a linen background. Surenix recommends that you use BlurriedNCBackground from Cydia’s BigBoss repository, or FastBlurredNotificationCenter from Ryan Petrich’s beta repository to give Notification Center the same blurry translucent effect that iOS 7 has. Both tweaks are free, but we find Ryan Petrich’s FastBlurredNotificationCenter to be a little better on performance.
iOS 7 Control Toggle Icons is only compatible with iOS 6 and devices that have a retina display. If you want to give the theme a try, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository for free. Also check out our post
about another WinterBoard theme that can make your lock screen look more like iOS 7. They go well together!