The new iOS 11.4 update has some cool new features like the ability to quickly turn off the flashlight in iOS 11, as well as a new option to switch between landscape and portrait modes.
But it also brings some familiar faces back, including the wallpaper for your home screen.iOS 11.3 has many more features, but it’s hard to remember all of them.
Here’s what we know about all the new features in iOS 9.3:In iOS 9, you could swipe the left or right arrow to switch the display between portrait and landscape, and you could tap the back button to go back to the main iOS screen.
iOS 9 introduced some other interesting features, like a shortcut to get to your home, or an expanded list of apps that can be installed on your home.
But the one that sticks out most is the new wallpaper.
The app lets you set up your own wallpaper for each of your homescreen widgets.
It’s a nice way to keep the familiar iOS layout for your homescreens and widgets, but the new app lets users switch between portrait or landscape modes.
The new iOS 9 wallpaper app is very similar to its older iOS 11 counterpart.
But instead of switching between portrait/landscape mode by swiping, you tap the home button to switch back to your normal homescreen.
iOS 11 also included the ability for you to disable a wallpaper if you didn’t like it.
In iOS 10, you were able to choose a wallpaper that you liked, but that was only available on one of your home screens.
iOS 10 added a way to change your wallpaper in the settings.
That’s a pretty useful feature, because you can make your wallpaper as personalized as you want, but you also have a lot more control over what you can change.iOS 10 also introduced a new, much smaller version of the app called Home Screen, and it came with a few other neat new features.
The biggest of which was the ability, again, to change the wallpaper on your Home Screen widget.
There’s a “Home” button that you can drag to the left to switch to the Home Screen app.
In addition to the new Home Screen option, you also had a new “Wallpaper” option that let you set your own theme for your Home screen.iPhone 7S and iPhone 7 Plus owners who have the latest iOS update will be able to take advantage of this new Home Wallpaper app.iOS 9.2 also introduced the ability of setting up a new wallpaper on a widget on your iPhone.
But there was one limitation.
You could only have one wallpaper for the Home screen, but if you wanted to switch from landscape to portrait, you had to open the Home app first.iOS 8 introduced a wallpaper manager that let users edit a widget in the Home, but iOS 8.1 introduced a feature called a “Wallpapers” tab that let app developers create their own custom wallpapers.
In order to set up a wallpaper for a Home screen widget, you first need to install a wallpaper program.
You can find apps that work with your Home or your widget here.
Once you install a program, you can set up the wallpaper as well.
There are some limitations, though.
If the app you installed is a desktop wallpaper program, the app can’t create a new home screen widget.
If you install an app that supports the iOS 10 Home Screen Widgets, you need to set it up as an app for the iOS 11 Home Screen.
If you’re planning on having multiple Home screens, you’ll want to choose which one you want to have the new iPhone wallpaper.
To do this, open Settings on your device, and then tap the “Add Widgets” icon.
From there, tap the Home button and select “Show Home Screen”.
Once you’re done, tap “Add” to add the Home Wallpapers tab to your app.
You’ll then be prompted to choose your wallpaper.
You might be able get away with having two Home screens with one wallpaper.
For those of you who already have the iOS 9 Home Screen widgets, you might want to give the new iOS 10 app a try.
You don’t have to install it on every Home screen; it’s an app you can add to your Home Wall, if you like.