How To Set A Different Wallpaper For Each iOS 10 Home Screen On iPhone

Apple likes users to have one wallpaper on their iPhones and iPads, no matter which home screen they are looking at. A jailbreak tweak by the name of PanoramaPapers fixes that, bringing multiple wallpapers to the Home screens of jailbroken devices.

Customization of iOS is usually labelled as the number one reason that people like to jailbreak their iPhones and iPads. Whether that customization is altering the way iOS handles specific situations or changing how it looks, there are thousands of jailbreak tweaks available via Cydia and it is always likely that there will be at least one that fits the bill for you, whatever your needs may be.

PanoramaPapers is one such tweak, and if you have always wanted to have a different wallpaper on each of your Home screens, then this is the tweak for you.

Available to download as a free package from the BigBoss repository and via the usual Cydia route of installation, this tweak does one thing and one thing only – allow users to add a different wallpaper to each Home screen, making them completely independent of each other.

If you wanted to, you could have a wallpaper of your kids on one screen and your favorite sports team on another. Where things get really interesting though, is when you use the right images in the right places and create your very own panoramic wallpaper. It will need a little work, but it’s imminently possible and the final result can be very reminiscent of the kinds of effects Android users have enjoyed for years.

Whether you just want to be able to use different wallpapers across your home screens or want to get fancy with panoramas, PanoramaPapers is worth checking out, and the fact it is free just makes installing it even more of a no-brainer!

The tweak is compatible with both iOS 10 and iOS 9.

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