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  • vlad3368 Level 1 (5 points)

    Just a reminder, my steps will only work on iPhone 5, I don't think iPhone 4 has this 3D feature...

  • Iphoneupdates Level 1 (0 points)

    So I need to purchase a monthly subscription to photoshop, export the image to my desktop, resize the image, send it back to my phone to get a correct fitting wallpaper? Ummm Nice work.

  • lichtaffen1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Try Filterstorm by Tai Shimizu for 3.99 for iPhone or iPad (I am on an iPad Mini 1024x768).

    I turned on Reduced Motion and was able to size converted images.

    Start with a high resolution image, mine was 3264x2448.

    Scale to 1424x1068 (one recommendation I found was to make the image 1424x1424 for my iPad version running iOS7).  1424 locks the image side to side.  I have lock rotation set and live in the landscape orientation.

    Increasing my canvas size to 1424x1700 allowed me to raise the bottom edge of my image above the dock.


    Here is the link where I got my 1424 basis if you have a device other than an iPad Mini: d-and-ipod-touch/




    Now, does anybody know how to turn off the 15% soft mask for iOS7 wallpaper?


    I used a sharpening filter in Filterstorm & it helped a little (except I can see the mask).

  • ALAG6263 Level 1 (0 points)

    The option of going through Accessibility didn't work for me. I downloaded the Squareit App which sets the picture in the center. Worked perfectly on my iPad mini. Hope that helps!

  • lamarpa Level 1 (0 points)

    I had to re-size the picture. This is the dimension you will need to "crop" the picture to fit right as an iphone walpaper.768x1152. this will make the picture look normal and not zoomed in.

    use any app or photo editor that allows you to crop the image to this dimensions then save it in you iphone and set it as wallpaper.

  • lamarpa Level 1 (0 points)

    bud use this website ( or any other photo editor website or app), upload your picture, re-size to these dimensions 768x1152 then save it in your pc, then e-mail it to yourself, then open your email in your iphone, then save the pic in your camera roll, then set as wall paper.. and whoala!! it fits right, is not zoomed in. it worked for me

  • matrixsakini Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks, it worked! But I like that effect... so I have to choose one. Remove the effect or change wallpaper canvas and add some space to it...

  • Croweyes1121 Level 1 (0 points)

    Why not just view your photo, and when it looks like you want it, take a screenshot.  Then set the screenshot to wallpaper?

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