Just earlier this morning, saurik and Dustin Howlett updated winterboard to include limited support for the iPad. This new new build grants access to the other.artwork file of the iPad, which allows many of the iPad’s app and system UI’s to now be themed. As for now this update seems to to enable you to work with the iPad’s icons, system UI’s, sliders, wallpapers and many of the stock features currently present in winterboard. This update pulls iPad users that one step closer to full Winterboard support and we can expect full support for the iPad in the very near future.
Obviously, even with this update most of the themes available on cydia and rock are not compatible for the iPad, but some minor changes may take effect. Once Winterboard is fully compatible for the iPad it will open up some amazing probabilities for theming, and it will be very interesting to see what people will come up with. What are your thoughts about Winterboard on the iPad?