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OkDude

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Apr 22, 2018
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I'm a big fan of minimalism and love setting up my iPhone in a minimal way. Usually a black wallpaper or something very simple.

How do you create a minimal experience on your iPhone?
 
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eyoungren

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Aug 31, 2011
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I'm a big fan of minimalism and love setting up my iPhone in a minimal way. Usually a black wallpaper or something very simple.

How do you create a minimal experience on your iPhone?
I jailbreak.

Lockscreen…

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First springboard page…

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Second and most used springboard page…

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ericwn

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Black wallpapers are built into iOS. I throw all the apps that I don’t need often in one folder and store that out of sight. I open most apps via the search function anyways.
 

eyoungren

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Aug 31, 2011
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Black wallpapers are built into iOS. I throw all the apps that I don’t need often in one folder and store that out of sight. I open most apps via the search function anyways.
I have all my most used apps in one folder in the dock. Makes it easy to access them on any springboard page.
 

puma1552

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One page with 4 folders, plain white wallpaper which is such a nice change from plain black (which I too used to do). Nice to see black text on a white backgroumd for a change. Phone is silver fwiw.

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timeconsumer

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I basically just have as follows:

My dock has Messages, Signal, 1Password, Safari.

First page is blank so I see only my dock and wallpaper.
Second page is frequently used apps.
Third page has the rest of my apps all organized into folders.
 
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