How to Change Your iPhone Wallpaper in iOS 16
Here is the easiest way to change wallpaper on iPhone running iOS 16.
Apple has unveiled the iOS 16 update along with a host of new features. Users can now add widgets to their lock screens, isolate and extract an image from a photo, and translate text directly from images in their photo library.
Many of these features are exclusive to iOS 16 and cannot be implemented on iPhones running iOS 15, meaning you’ll have to update the operating system. This can be done on any iPhone released after the iPhone 8 and can be accessed via “Software Update” in Settings.
If you want to know how to change the wallpaper on an iPhone running iOS 16 or later, be sure to keep reading.
What you will need:
- Open settings
- Click on wallpaper
- Click Add New Wallpaper.
- Choose the wallpaper you want to use
- Click Add
- Click “Set as Wallpaper Pair”.
Unlock your iPhone and open the Settings app.
Click on wallpaper
Scroll down and click the “Wallpaper” button.
Click Add New Wallpaper.
Click the “Add New Wallpaper” button.
Choose the wallpaper you want to use
On the page presented, select the new wallpaper you want to use. You have a choice of several wallpapers designed by Apple, or you can choose a photo from your own photo library instead.
Once you’ve set your new wallpaper, click on the small Add button in the top right corner. You also have the option to customize the wallpaper by adding widgets and changing the font style.
Click “Set as Wallpaper Pair”.
When you’re happy, click “Set as Wallpaper Pair” to set this as your new wallpaper.
Yes you can. You can choose to have your favorite photos alternate as the background, and you can also set specific wallpapers for both the lock screen and the home screen.