iOS 12 looks beautiful, but it’s not without its quirks.
The first thing you notice is the fact that there’s no background image for the wallpaper, instead you’re presented with a blank canvas.
That’s because the iPhone 12 uses a new rendering technique that uses “deep color rendering” to mimic the iPhone 5’s color scheme.
This renders the background image in a different hue to mimic what you’d see on the back of your iPhone screen, and lets you adjust the brightness of the image.
You can adjust the opacity of the background, too, and change the contrast of the entire image.
This is the most important difference between iOS 12 and iOS 7.
Before, you could just flip the display to get a portrait or landscape orientation, which was a much more immersive experience.
This is no longer the case with iOS 12, which has to adapt to the new display and display size.
You still have to choose between a portrait and landscape orientation with each new version of iOS, but now it’s even more difficult to tell the difference.
If you want a portrait-only layout, you have to tap on the Home button and select the “Wallpaper” section to choose a portrait wallpaper.
Otherwise, you’ll get the usual landscape wallpaper with the same icon.
If you’re looking for a great wallpapers for the iPhone 11, iPhone 12, or iPhone 7, we recommend the iPhone 8 or iPhone 9 wallpaper gallery.