By . Iphone 11. At Tuesday, September 29th 2020, 07:17:03 AM.
iPhone 4 wallpapers are now available that will show off the iPhone 4 and its Retina Display Support at its absolute best. These are the sort of wallpapers I would go for but be warned the choice is vast! Generally expect to pay a little for the apps but certainly no more than 59 pence. These apps will have a nominal selection of iPhone 4 wallpapers immediately available for use but as a rule a quick download is the norm. The apps generally set the wallpapers in different sub sections so it is well worth having a mental picture of what you are looking for and sticking to that idea that is unless you have plenty of spare time on your hands.
Then click SYNC PHOTOS FROM. Browse to your photos folder and select the ones you would like to copy to your iPhone. Then click SYNC. Your photos are now on your iPhone. Now tap the PHOTOS icon on your iPhone and you will see all your new photos. Go to your SETTINGS menu. Tap on the WALLPAPER icon. Again you will see all your photos displayed. Choose a photo that you want to use for your Apple wallpaper. Tap OPTIONS. Tap USE AS WALLPAPER. Now you can drag your photo around on your screen or zoom in or out to position it however you like. To zoom in just tap the photo with two quick taps. When it zooms in do the same and it will zoom back out again. When you are happy with how it looks then tap SET WALLPAPER.
Also look for iPhone wallpapers websites that have a great variety and many different categories. A website that has thousands of wallpapers and a search box as well is very handy. You can just type in a keyword and the website will come up with its own wallpapers search results related to your keyword inquiry. No need to browse for hours if you are not inclined to. Short Version: You can make any image on your device a wallpaper by selecting it in your photo library tapping the icon in the bottom left corner and selecting "Use as wallpaper" To get images into your device you need to set iTunes up to sync with iPhoto or the folder containing your wallpaper images if your not using iPhoto.