- Twitter user @heyeased has discovered a iOS 12.1 bullet that makes the folders and dock on the iPhone's home screen transparent.
- The malfunction involves using a particular background image of the phone and enabling the "Reduce Transparency" option in the phone settings.
- Twelve backgrounds are available for rated iPhone, and 11 are available for older iPhone, such as iPhone 8.
In some rare cases, the software bullets on your phone can make your experience more enjoyable.
Twitter user @heyeased. which creates the "Mysterious iPhone Wallpaper", has discovered a iOS 12.1 bullet that makes iPhone friends and the dock transparent. The result is a minimalist look for the home screen, which is not available in the conventional way, given a few customization options by Apple when it comes to their phone interfaces.
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Wallpaper setting is simple:
- Go to Settings -> General -> Accessibility, then switch to "Reduce transparency."
- Then, choose the background you want to use. For rated iPhone such as X, XS and XS Max, click here. For iPhone without a note, click here. Scroll to the colored wallpapers, touch one to open it at full resolution and save it.
- For iPhones without slots, @heyeased recommends using the "Perspective" setting when applying the wallpaper. He also said to make sure you do not move the image before confirming it.
- For iPhone X models and other notched models, @heyeased said to use the "Still" setting when applying the wallpaper and making sure that the "Reduce Motion" feature is disabled in the phone settings. You do not need to move the image before confirming it.
- The background image should be applied now, and your folders and dock should be invisible.
Here are the results of Business Insider with an iPhone 8 Plus and an iPhone XS Max:
iPhone XS Max:
It should be noted that some subtle lines are still visible on the edge of the files and even above the dock.
The creator of these transparent backgrounds has also released a number of different glitch background images, but they do not make the dock and files disappear. Instead, these "Painter Type" background images cause backgrounds, folders, and docking status of the phone to appear as different colors.
Here's an example from @heyeased:
"Painter Type" wallpapers can be downloaded here for iPhones notched and iPhones without a note here.