Personalize your iPhone 14
The person in charge of carrying out these wallpapers is Apple Guy, who is well known within the sector for his publications on the Cupertino company. On its website you can find the funds for your iPhone 14 to see what it is like inside. The best thing about all this is that there is many versions both in colors and for each modelso it doesn’t matter if you have an iPhone 14 Pro or the standard variant.
The author claims that he has been working for a few months to provide us with these wallpapers. Since the launch of the new generation of smartphones took place in September, Apple Guy began to make these designs. Of course, he had to use the original models to obtain the exact references and measurements so that, later, the image does not get out of balance.
On its platform, it tells in detail the process of creating wallpapers for the iPhone 14. He also points out the reason that pushed him to start this project:
“The decision to approach the project in this way also brought new challenges as I tried to make them my most detailed projects to date. And by far the most complex parts of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus were the camera modules. The draft included retouching with multiple layers and fills to create a sense of depth to build new elements and textures, such as the camera sensor, glass cover, and sensor shift mechanism.”
Set various wallpapers
The arrival of iOS 16 has completely revolutionized the possibilities of personalizing your iPhone. in such a way that you can toggle between multiple wallpapers easily to modify the appearance of the mobile at any time and in a matter of seconds. Of course, the option is only available on models that are compatible with the update, so, once this fact has been verified, these are the steps you must follow:
- To change the wallpaper on your iPhone from the lock screen, you must have previously set up Face ID.
- From the lock screen, long press to open the wallpaper gallery.
- Swipe from left to right to switch between the available ones or press the “+” button to add a new one.