By . Iphone 11. At Sunday, September 27th 2020, 02:07:15 AM.
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.
Are you tired of looking at the same old wallpaper on your Apple iPhone? Then get out of your doldrums and spice things up a bit by changing your wallpaper! Its easy and quick and theres no tricks to it. A click here and a tap there and youve got new wallpaper! You can turn almost any picture you see on the Web into your next Apple wallpaper. When you see a picture you like simply right click on it and then choose "SAVE PICTURE AS" in the menu that comes up. Choose a folder to put it in like My Pictures or whatever folder you want give the pic a title and click SAVE. You can collect a selection of pictures that you may want to use for your wallpaper. This is your first step - getting the pictures to use onto your computer.
Another way to get wallpaper for your iPhone is from one of the many iPhone download sites that are popping up. Ive used some of these myself with great success. You really must take care here though and only use a reputable download site. iPhone wallpaper can be freely and legally download without problem from a trustworthy source but pick the wrong site and you could end up in trouble with the possibility of viruses and trojans infecting your computer or your iPhone.