By . Iphone X. At Tuesday, October 06th 2020, 09:58:53 AM.
Some people want to make changes to the image before using it as wallpaper. This feature is provided by software. Using this software you can make any change you want to in the image. One such software is Photoshop. Photoshop give you the option of changing light effects of the image. The background of the image can also be edited or changed completely. Similarly the color balance and other alterations can also be made. You can apply all your imagination and creativity on the wallpaper. If this software is not in your iPhone you need not to worry because it also can be downloaded from the internet. The trial version of Photoshop is available and it can be tried before downloading the original one.
Once you have selected your iPhone 4 wallpapers they will be downloaded to your camera roll. Simply do the following select settings>select wallpaper>select Camera roll or the relevant album>select the iPhone 4 wallpaper you have chosen>tap the set button>then you can select to have your iPhone 4 wallpapers set as Lock Screen Home Screen or both. Dont forget you can use your own images if you really want to personalise your phone with your own wallpapers. You can take photos or often overlooked use screen shots. I try and use programs that support the iPhone 4s Retina Display Support for my screen shots. All you have to do is hold down the home and sleep buttons simultaneously until you see the screen flash and hear the camera shutter sound. These images are useable following the previously mentioned sequence.
The vinyl skins are also great protection for your iPhone in case of accidental damage which occurs frequently. By having iPhone 4 vinyl skins attached the damage can be minimized and could save you spending money on a new phone. If you do not want to use the skin image you are able to add another image or photograph to your lock screen or home display. The image that you select could be a photograph you have taken which will be within your camera roll an image that came with your iPhone or a photograph that can be synced to your phone from your computer.