- iOS 10 was darkening all the wallpapers. This has been abolished in iOS 10.2.
|Left: iOS10-10.1 Right: iOS 10.2|
- However, in middle-density wallpapers, high-contrast wallpapers, etc., the characters turn white, in which case it gets dark. When the wallpaper gets dark, the upper part of the screen becomes dim. This is the same as the Lock Screen of iOS 10-10.1. In other words, it was restored to the iOS 9 Home Screen.
- Strictly speaking, the boundary between whether the wallpaper gets dark or not is about the same as iOS 8.3-8.4 (difference with iOS 9 is very small). Wallpaper darkened at the timing of iOS 9 may brighten again at 10.2.
- The color of the folder is slightly brighter than iOS 9.3 (therefore the 9.3 wallpaper on this site does not necessarily revive).
- The effect of small wallpaper was further fragmented between different devices compared to iOS 10-10.1.
- There is an addition to the default wallpaper for iPhone 7.
Many wallpapers do not work
As usual, there are wallpapers that can not be used with iOS updates. It is the eighth extinction counted from iOS 7. But if the specification changes, We can make new wallpapers. Better or worse, this is not the end.
A total of 645 new works of this time (There are wallpapers that can not be used depending on the device.). I did not have enough time to complete all the ideas. I plan to add more.
December 15 JPN added
I should have written this. Depending on the model, the background may be black with small wallpapers. Oftentimes continuous. At that time, retry it till you succeed. (My 7 occasionally black background when trying to set wallpaper. It will be correct if I start over several times.)
Hide Dock Wallpapers
The dark filter is removed and the wallpaper for iOS 10 does not work. The phenomenon that the dock and folder become the color of the original image on 1 pixel wallpaper has also disappeared. Black in Black and Unicolor can not be newly made.
But for 4 inch iPhone, The jet black wallpaper can be reproduced in other ways. The height 2 pixels and make it horizontally, Dock and folders will be black in whatever color the background is. If the background also black, the whole surface becomes black.
Download Page ＞ Magic Black Minus for iPhone SE/5s/5c/5/iPod touch 6
December 15 JPN added
There is a rumor on the Korean forum this wallpaper works on iPhone 6/6s if you pinch out (Swipe outward with two fingers.) in setting. But I have not heard of successful cases of iPhone 7 or Plus.
I make it with a naming rule of adding Plus for the wallpaper which can only be used at 5.5 inch, Minus for exclusive use of 4 inch.
|In iOS 10.2, the widget became easier to see.|
Unfortunately, on 4.7 inch and 5.5 inch, it seems impossible to black (Honesty, I feel Apple betrayed Black/Jet Black users!).
Instead, pure white wallpaper will resurrect.
Download Page ＞ Magic White for iPhone 7/6s/6 7 Plus/6s Plus/6 Plus/SE/5s/5c/5/iPod touch 6/iPad Pro/iPad Air/iPad (4th-)/iPad mini (2nd-), 3 sheets
For iPhone, you can also set it as "Still". Please note that it is a different wallpaper for Plus and others.
With ordinary white wallpaper Dock and folders will be gray.
If the average lightness of the wallpaper goes down a little, Dock will brighten and the invisibly on the white background. Since iOS 8.3 and later, small wallpapers have been judged just like dark wallpapers, so using a reasonably small wallpaper will have the effect of whitening Dock even though it is entirely white. In 10.2 the criteria for size determination has changed, and the old pure white wallpaper does not work.
In addition, the effect of small wallpaper is fragmented between different devices
, I cannot test all models of iPad due to various circumstances such as money and money. I also revived the classic style as a backup plan (it is on the same page).
Please set it with "Perspective". It is a simple trick to reduce the lightness by hiding the black band outside the display range of the Parallax Effect. It is my old idea when iOS 7. But it has improved significantly since that time.
The problem was that the uppermost folder picked up somewhat black and the text color was too black for the white background. So it was a game to what extent the band could be thinned...
|Left: for iOS 8 Right: New|
As you can see, the band on the new classic is about half. This is a change of iOS rather than wallpaper evolution. In iOS 8.3 (and 9) the criteria for wallpaper darkening became stricter, and the criteria for whitening Dock at that time also changed.
|Left: for iOS 8 Right: New|
The finish is close to perfection. I did not publish it because it is unnecessary if size judgment can be used, but I was secretly conducting studies.
Other Hide Dock Wallpapers have been adjusted according to iOS 10.2.
Download Page ＞ Magic Gradient for iPhone 7/6s/6/SE/5s/5c/5/iPod touch 6, 150 sheets
Download Page ＞ Magic Gradient Plus for iPhone 7 Plus/6s Plus/6 Plus, 150 sheets
Download page ＞ Magic Pastel for iPhone 7/6s/6/7 Plus/6s Plus/6 Plus/SE/5s/5c/5/iPod touch 6/iPad, 10 sheets
Download page ＞ Stoic 4 for iPhone 7/6s/6/7 Plus/6s Plus/6 Plus/SE/5s/5c/5/iPod touch 6/iPad
Download page ＞ Opacity 2 for iPhone 7/6s/6 7 Plus/6s Plus/6 Plus/SE/5s/5c/5/iPod touch 6 30 sheets
I will add more.
The folders are rounded The size of the wallpaper has been changed and seems to have been completely corrected depending on the device. I have not tested yet on some devices. In iOS 10.2, folders may be rounded if it is 1 pixel high landscape wallpaper. The number and location of round folders depend on the width of the wallpaper.
Download page ＞ Round Folders Plus/Minus for iPhone 7 Plus/6s Plus/6 Plus/SE/5s/5c/5/iPod touch 6 (probably)
Unfortunately, it seems not work on the 4.7 inch iPhone 7/6s/6. I have not confirmed it on the iPad yet.
The type in which Dock and folders become color or dark gray (and more?) are also under construction.
Color UI Wallpapers
Wallpaper of color UI up to iOS 10.1 is invalid except for those using eye illusion that can be used with iOS 7 as well.
In iOS 10.2, small wallpapers do not necessarily pick up the color from around the image. There are considerable differences depending on models.
Download page ＞ Color UI 10.2 for iPhone 7/6/6s/SE/5s/5c/5/iPod touch 6 60 sheets
The coloring of Dock and folders are slightly different between the 4 inch iPhone and the 4.7 inch iPhone. The 4 inch color gets stronger. 4.7 inch does not pick up the color even if it is one pixel higher or lower than this.
Download page ＞ Color UI 10.2 Plus for iPhone 7 Plus/6s Plus/6 Plus 93 sheets
The place where Dock and folders, pick up colors well on Plus is no longer the edge.
Here it is. It picks up colors from other spaces, but for some reason this is the strongest. You can see the origin of color anyway, I tried mixing colors.
You can not use Black UI, but you can reproduce it if you use new wallpapers on 4 inch iPhone.
Download page ＞ Black UI Minus for iPhone SE/5s/5c/5/iPod touch 6 48 sheets
This is also planned to be added.
Color Trends Dock
iOS 10 compatible color trends wallpaper was to make Dock and folders exact colors. This function disappears. Instead, with this size the background does not become dark, so that will be faithful to color trends. I will make it for 2017 soon.
|Left: On iOS 10 Right: On iOS 10.2|
Download Page ＞ Color Trends for iOS for all devices
In addition to the above, I have plans to make wallpapers of other categories. Have a nice screen!