If you have jailbroken iOS 10 device you have a great chance to set different kinds of wallpaper layouts on iPhone. As you may remember with iOS 7 release Apple presented ‘dynamic wallpapers’ but to this day, you’re still limited to Apple’s stock selection. Dubbed as PanoramaPapers, this new jailbreak tweak lets you have various kinds of wallpaper layouts on your device, depending on the images you choose. Let's see how this Cydia tweak works in details.
How To Set Different Kinds Of Wallpaper Layouts On iPhone
PanoramaPapers gives you two different wallpaper functionalities that aren’t supported on stock devices, including:
- Having a panorama wallpaper that moves along with your Home screen paging. In this mode, your wallpaper pans over slightly with each page scroll.
- Having individual wallpaper images for each Home screen page. In this mode, the wallpaper literally changes with each page scroll.
The panorama mode works best with wide wallpapers, such as panorama images you’ve taken or desktop-style wallpaper images that are wide enough to span across more than one Home screen page. You only need to configure a single image to use a panorama-style wallpaper, but remember to use a wide image, as tall images won’t work for this.
So to start using the functionality to set different kinds of wallpaper layouts on iPhone you should download PanoramaPapers tweak from Cydia first. It is totally free and works great on jailbroken iOS 10 devices. Once done, head over to the Settings app and visit the PanoramaPapers preferences Pane. From there you can toggle the tweak on or off on demand, pick your wallpaper images, and respring to save your changes.
There are 7 wallpaper selectors in total as the PanoramaPapers supports different wallpapers for up to 7 of your Home screen pages. You can preview the images you’ve set to ensure they look how you want and delete them any time you don’t like what done.