9to5Mac published last month that Apple is achieving on a new iOS redesigned wallpaper settings panel, based on an old build of iOS 14, which inserts images grouped by categories and more. Momentarily Twitter user DongleBookPro, who regularly shares amazing images of Apple’s inside products, has now posted screenshots that expose the new wallpaper settings panel from iOS 14 in operation.
These screenshots prove what Starmobileaccessories discovered on the iOS 14 code, with oversight wallpapers ordered by collections. These comprise “Classic Stripes”, “Earth & Moon”, and “Flowers” to give a greater organization. Instead of presenting all wallpapers mutually, users will be capable to scroll by each group to find a special wallpaper more quickly.
Whatever the screenshot more informed is an original “Home Screen Appearance” option that is similar to the watch face settings from the Apple Watch app. With this feature enabled, users will have the option to define a smart dynamic wallpaper that will only be used on the home screen. These dynamic wallpapers include a flat color, a blurry one and a dark version based on the current wallpaper.
While this new option seems cool by itself, it could be part of something even bigger on iOS 14. 9to5Mac has found evidence on the iOS 14 code of another new feature internally referred to as “Avocado”, which is related to the Springboard app that controls the Home screen.
We can answer that Apple is going to provide original widgets on the iPhone and iPad home screen during the primary time. Rather of closed widgets like on iPad 13, the current widgets on iOS 14 can be passed around, exactly like an app icon. The feature is quite signifying completed and maybe scrapped by Apple.
With this in thought, it gives a sense that users can set a background photo for the device lock screen and a smooth or blurred version on the home screen, as it can presently possess many widgets and details can get mixing covered on a regular photo.