Apple offers a few dynamic wallpapers on iOS devices. While these slowly change in the background, there are not many to choose from. iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners can quickly make their own dynamic wallpaper by adding a Live Photo to the iOS lock screen.
As part of the suite of aesthetic improvements introduced by iOS, Apple has included dynamic wallpaper as a new background option for your iPhone and iPad. These wallpapers have subtle animations that add new depth to the visual experience by giving your home screen a moving background.
The pre-installed dynamic wallpapers are bubble themed, but others are available in the App Store. The bubbles will move depending on the motion of your device, so if you want to move them in a certain direction simply tilt it that way. If you are interested in a dynamic background for your iOS 7 or later device, here's how to do it:
Everybody wants meaningful wallpaper on their smartphone, whether it is a peaceful view of nature, an undulating palette of colors, a photo of friends and family or anything else that inspires them. iPhone owners have had the ability to add new wallpapers (aside from the ones provided with iOS) going back to the original iPhone and iOS, though not all may be aware of how to do it. So if you are new to iPhone, need a refresher or have simply never bothered with it, here's how to install new backgrounds on your iPhone:
The iPhone X display notch houses critical components used for Face ID, FaceTime and other features. This hasn't stopped people from loving or hating the design feature. Detractors have referred to the "horns" on the iPhone X, which comprise two halves of the status bar. For those who truly can't stand the notch, there is a solution that doesn't involve buying another phone.
As usual, Apple has crafted new high-resolution wallpapers to release along with the latest version of iOS. While iOS 9 is expected to launch in September, the wallpapers have just arrived in developers' hands with iOS 9 beta 5. The firmware was seeded to developers last Thursday, while public beta testers are now at iOS 9 beta 3. Altogether there are 15 new iOS 9 wallpapers, some of which replace existing wallpaper selections found in iOS 8.