As Apple launched the iOS 7 which has a new revamped design and some features bundled. Not all the new features are good, as some people asking for the way to go back to legendary iOS 6 or just want to turn-off a few of the more irritating features. One particular feature is actually the motion found all over iOS 7, which includes the motion found on the wallpaper images all across the home screen. So we have a few basic steps that will help you to disable parallax wallpapers on iOS 7.1.
Since Apple did supply a technique for minimizing the motion effect, but not much of a way to completely disable this throughout in iOS. By the launch of iOS 7.1, a new option is available called “Perspective Zoom” (in fact parallax backgrounds) on iOS home screen is possible now.
How To Disable Parallax Wallpapers On iOS 7.1
- After upgrading to new iOS 7.1, just navigate to iOS device’s Settings and then Wallpapers & Brightness
- Rather than select the “Choose a New Wallpaper” option, just tap on existing wallpaper preview. Here we can adjust the wallpaper zoom and can reposition according to our needs. On top of that, now you will find a new button to turn-off the Perspective Zoom (found below).
Tapping on this “Perspective Zoom” option will turn-off the motion found on the iOS wallpaper on the home screen. If anyone make their mind up at a later stage that switch on this effect, so just come to this screen again and just toggle on the same option to apply the motion effect back to the iOS wallpaper.