At the end of January, we showed you a free jailbreak tweak called KDLTE4G for iOS 7
by iOS developer Sean Young, which allowed you to change your 3G indicator to show 4G or LTE instead. It was merely for aesthetics, of course, and could be used for customization purposes, or even just for the urge to be a show off.
Young has just released KDLTE4G Pro for iOS 7, an upgrade from the free version of the tweak, and is now available in Cydia's BigBoss repository for $1.99. This paid version of the tweak gives you more customization than the free version of the tweak.
You'll find a preferences pane in the Settings application where you can configure the tweak's various options:
You will find preference cells for 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE, and Wi-Fi. The radio type that you set for each cell is the radio type that displays when that radio is giving your iOS device a data connection. For example, if you set the 2G cell to LTE, LTE will show in the Status Bar whenever you connect to a 2G network. If you set the Wi-Fi cell to 4G, then 4G will show in the Status Bar whenever you connect to a Wi-Fi network, and so on.
When you make changes in the preferences pane, a respring is not required, but it takes anywhere from 5-8 seconds for the changes you make in the preferences pane to actually take effect.
Obviously, this tweak doesn't give your iOS device 4G or LTE capabilities if it doesn't have it already; this tweak is only intended to spoof your cellular data indicator to make it look to the eyes that you're connected to a 4G or LTE network. It's merely aesthetic, an interesting way to customize your iOS device, and show your friends that you have 4G or LTE when you really don't.
If you want to give KDLTE4G Pro for iOS 7 a try, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository right now for $1.99.
KDLTE4G Pro for iOS 7
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.4