Customizing that Lock Screen of yours has never been easier. With a new jailbreak tweak called Lockify Pro
by iOS developer Implosi0n, you can hide or show and even change most of the features of your Lock Screen to your liking.
The tweak adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you can change around several of the Lock Screen's aesthetic and functional features:
You'll be able to enable or disable the tweak on demand, configure the dim delay, change the color of the date and time, enable or disable the wallpaper blur, enable or disable the wallpaper tint, enable or disable the Camera Grabber, hide or show the date, hide or show the time, hide or show the Camera grabber, hide or show the Notification Center grabber, and hide or show the Control Center grabber.
From the Slider cell, you can enable or disable the chevron symbol from the slide to unlock text, customize the speed of the glimmer animation in the slide to unlock text, configure a custom color for the glimmer of the slide to unlock text, configure a custom color for the glimmer of the chevron symbol, configure a custom slide to unlock text, and even configure a custom legal text for the Lock Screen.
From the Status Bar cell, you can hide or show the Status Bar, hide or show the time in the Status Bar, and configure the Status Bar to always stay the same size.
With all of these options at your disposal, you're sure to find yourself a happy median for your Lock Screen's appearance. The developer also offers a basic version of the tweak in Cydia called "Lockify," but it doesn't include as many features as Lockify Pro does. Lockify is free and Lockify Pro will set you back 99¢. If you want to grab it, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository right now. The tweak requires iOS 7 to be installed.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6