It has been only a day since Absinthe, the untethered jailbreak for the iPhone 4S, was released. Nevertheless, there is already an array of tweaks available.

The latest, and perhaps most fascinating, is SiriToggles, which instructs the program to launch any app or toggle functions like controlling screen brightness, enabling of Wi-Fi, 3G or Bluetooth, entering or exiting Airplane mode, proving battery information or even rebooting the device, on a voice command.

The tweak was created by Hamza Sood, the creator of tweaks like xCon.

SiriToggles, which is almost similar to the SBSettings, will also allow jailbroken iPhone 4S users to launch apps using Siri... something that has been on the wishlist of iDevice users ever since Apple introduced their revolutionary personal assistant feature.

SiriToggles is currently on its way to the Cydia Store and will be distributed for free by the Cydia BigBoss repo.

Users must jailbreak the iPhone 4S (running iOS 5.0.1 or iOS 5) using GreenPois0n or Absinthe before trying to use SiriToggles.

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Check Out the Video of SiriToggles Below:

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