Make your new iPhone 12 home screen 'aesthetic'. Here's how to customize it
You're about to give your iPhone's ($699 at Amazon) boring default home screen a reboot. Or maybe you're planning to upgrade to Apple's newly unveiled iPhone 12 (here's how to preorder from the new lineup, and a checklist for how to prepare your current phone first). Customization has never been Apple's thing, but the new iOS 14 update finally makes it possible to play around with your interface, from the size and color of your icons to a wallpaper that can tie into the whole theme. Creating an "aesthetic" iPhone home screen is the trend of the moment, but you need to follow a few steps to make it happen, with the aid of two apps.
After that, you can go bananas trying out different themes and perfecting the look and feel.
Read on and we'll show you how to customize the way your iPhone's home screen icons look, give them completely different names and change their size and color -- without rooting or jail-breaking your iPhone or running skins and launchers. Ready? Let's begin.
How to change the way your app icons look on iPhone
The new iOS 14 update finally lets you customize apps to your liking. Here's how.
1. Open the Shortcuts app on your iPhone (it's already preinstalled).
2. Tap the plus icon in the top right corner.
4. In the search bar, type Open app and select the Open App app.
5. Tap Choose and select the app you want ...
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