I have seen several threads around about wallpapers on the iPhone 6 plus, but can't seem to work out if there is a conclusion to it or not. I was using a stock Apple wallpaper, and use the iP6+ a lot in landscape mode. With this stock wallpaper, when I do this it still looks very clear etc. I decided to switch to a use a wallpaper of my own, but it doesn't seem to work right - rather than using the rest of the picture to make up the extra width, it just zooms in on the portion it could see when in portrait mode. For example, I tried it using a wallpaper that is 2300 x 2300. When I set the wallpaper, obviously it makes you do it in portrait mode. So when I do this, I therefore move it to select the portion I want to be displayed in portrait. However, obviously as the image is 2300 wide, there is plenty of it either side that is not seen in portrait mode. When I then turn the iP6+ to landscape mode, rather than using the rest of the image, it just zooms in on the selection that was viewable when in portrait mode. So therefore the image is now stretched too much and becomes blurry. Am I doing something wrong/stupid, or is this an actual issue? Thanks.