Add Seconds to Clock on Lock Screen with LockSecondsIndicator
For those of you who may be extremely picky and (or) particular about what the time is, this tweak may be a viable option for you. Stock iOS doesn't offer a ton of customization in regards to the clock on the lock screen (except 24/12 hour toggle), so it's nice to see simple tweaks coming out to change things up. If you are one to want to know the time down to the absolute second, try LockSecondsIndicator.
Just as the name describes, LockSecondsIndicators allows you to add a seconds component to the clock on the lock screen. Everything is configured through the Lock Seconds Preferences tab in Settings and conveniently only gives you two options: Blinking Dots and Hide Seconds. Blinking Dots is a toggle to turn on or off the clock dots from blinking at a seconds pace. Hide Seconds determines whether you want to the seconds field to be hidden or visible. Other than that, there's nothing else to configure.
Hopefully the developer adds some new features in regards to customizing your clock. The simplicity of the tweak is great but it would be nice to have a little more customization than two options. If you find this something you'd wish to try or consider, go search for it on Cydia. It's free and available on all devices and firmwares (works on iOS 5, however since PreferenceLoader is not supported yet, it is useless and you can't change any settings).
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