The other day Dan posted about his excitement over the possible release of a theme for the iPod and iPhone called Whitoken.
Well the theme’s first beta version has been released over at Mac Themes and I spent some time tinkering with the iPhone version of it.
It should be noted, this theme is not for the beginner. It requires a good deal of set up but once finished looks amazing.
Dan asked in his post if it was real. As I showed him tonight, it’s real and it may just open up a whole new level of customization for the iPhone.
I’ll let the picture speak for themselves. Click on to check it out.
I present Whitoken for the iPhone.
The theme’s first springboard page features a link to a Categories Folder called home where you can store applications.
It also has icons for Safari, Messages, Mail and in my case the Phone application, Twiterfon and Facebook.
The larger monitor icon is actually a link to the phone’s setting application.
Tapping the Home link opens the home categories application folder.
In my case I have combined some of the elements of the Glasklart theme to bring the whole package together.
Page 2 is your Media related stuff.
Notice the Media indicator at the top glows to indicate which page you’re on. Tapping any of the other indicators jumps to that page.
The iPod icon opens, well the iPod.
And once again the Media link takes you to a categories folder where I’ve stored many of my media related apps.
Page 3 is the Apps page. I’ve set this up with a few of my most commonly used utilities. Yeah, I like Twitter.
And the rest of my apps are accessed by tapping the Apps button.
Page 4 is for games.
And the games/view all button leads to the rest of my installed games.
I added a 5th springboard page with all of my most commonly used applications.
The Glasklart SBSettings theme fits in well too.
Even Spotlight Search gets themed out.
This theme requires several components but when all put together creates a wonderful look.
It’s only the first version, and I expect we’ll see tons of variations of this theme in the future.
Check out the Mac Themes thread on Whitoken.