By . Iphone X. At Saturday, October 10th 2020, 05:58:18 AM.
You cant Really See the Bottom Part! So Sometimes instead of the head perhaps the "slide to unlock" control is hiding most of the bottom of your wallpaper too. For example a wallpaper of your favorite movie might have its cool title obscured by that control. That also sucks! All that is because a lot off wallpapers are made without using a template that takes the iPhone controls into account. Its pretty easy to just take any picture size its dimension to 320x480 and then put it on your iPhone Web site or directly to your iPhone.
You Cant See The Top! Lets you want to grace your iPhone screen with a wallpaper of your favorite actress. You save it to your computer upload it on your iPhone then you realize that most of her head is eclipsed by the iPhone top overlaid controls. This is not would you were expecting right? The iPhone overlaid controls are the digital clock on top and the "slide to unlock" control at the bottom.
Slow down with that IPhone Hack your wanting to try out for just a second and lets look at some history! With the invention of the Stereobelt in 1972 being the first portable music player it wasnt until 1979 when Sony brought to the world market the well known "Walkman" line of portable audio products. The price for portable audio is well below the original Sony Walkman price of $1000 putting personal audio in the hands of just about everyone. You can find mp3 players from $10 up to a few hundred dollars. A 8GB Ipod Nano will run you around $180.00 and is a large capacity player including full motion video for most music listeners. This low pricing combined with the excellent mass marketing campaigns of the Ipod from Apple has resulted in a second portable audio revolution. Only now just about everyone has access to a portable audio player.