iPhone wallpaper has always been an important part of the iPhone experience.
But now, with Apple’s latest software update, Apple has added a new aesthetic option that lets you customize the wallpaper to your liking.
For the most part, the new aesthetic wallpaper option is fairly straightforward.
You can choose between two different background images for the wallpaper and two different foreground and background images.
The options are labeled with a small icon in the upper-right corner of the screen that says “iPhone” or “Android.”
It’s easy to see why Apple decided to add a new option to its wallpaper: The iPhone wallpaper is an iconic piece of iPhone software that’s a popular part of iPhone history.
And it’s been a part of iOS’s app ecosystem since the iPhone 2.1, when iOS 5 launched.
Apple has made it clear that iOS 6, the latest version of iOS, will continue to support the iPhone wallpaper.
And in the case of Apple’s new aesthetic feature, it will also support the older, non-iPhone version of the app.
In iOS 6.0, the old iPhone wallpaper was replaced by a new, less-stylish iPhone 3G wallpaper that looks a bit like this:Apple’s aesthetic option also lets you choose between different backgrounds.
It’s a slightly different aesthetic from the iPhone 3Gs version, which was a solid-colored, solid-gray-gray background.
You’ll also see the new iPhone wallpaper in a few of Apples iOS apps.
If you’ve ever used a third-party iOS app that uses an iPhone wallpaper, you know that it looks a little bit different.
But this new iPhone aesthetic option lets you see exactly how the iPhone app looks with a new iPhone app.
If you don’t want the iPhone wallpapers to be a part or a theme for your iOS apps, you can choose to turn off the new style.
This option will be turned on by default.
Apple hasn’t said what you can or can’t do with the new look.
You won’t be able to change the wallpaper or your background, for example.
You might have to tweak the settings to add the iPhone background to your iOS app, though.
Apple also has another new feature in iOS 6 called the App Icon.
This new icon appears in the lower-right portion of the iOS icon bar and is essentially a placeholder for an icon in an app’s menu.
It is meant to look like an Apple logo in a menu, and you can change the icon to change it.
You have to tap on it, but the icon can be hidden.
This feature has been around in iOS since iOS 4, and it’s the first time it’s made it to iOS 6 as an option.
It will be interesting to see if Apple can incorporate the new App Icon into iOS 6 in a meaningful way.
iOS 6.1 also has a new notification shade.
In previous versions of iOS and iOS 5, you had to open up the Notification Bar to see the notification shade on your home screen.
This is no longer the case.
When you’re in a notification shade, iOS 6 shows the notification’s title and description, and an animated GIF of the notification.
You can also change the way iOS looks when you swipe up from the bottom of the Notification Center, a subtle but welcome change.
iOS 6’s notification shade is now animated in the same way as the old Notification Bar.
It also lets iOS go into full portrait mode if you swipe down on the notification from the Notification Panel.