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TheMirage89

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Hey, iPhone community! C'mon let's see those beautiful home screens! Whether you're using an iPhone 7/7+, iPhone 6S/6S+, iPhone 6/6+, iPhone SE, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, or still hanging on to a good ol' iPhone 5, just post a pic of your home screen- RIGHT HERE, RIGHT NOW! Let's see who has the most interesting home screen... Oh, and don't forget to post which iPhone model you're using.

Here's my home screen. I use an iPhone 6S running iOS 10.

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iObama

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iPhone 7 running iOS 11 PB!

P.S. That climate change icon is an article about a converted climate change skeptic I've been meaning to read lol.

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bufffilm

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there's plenty of threads dedicated to each iPhone on this.

Not only is this thread unnecessary, but I submit that seeing home screens of stock iOS is pretty boring.

The layout is the same across multiple iOS versions because Apple has done very little to give us some independence.

Unless you count widgets and such a big deal.

Home screens are essentially similar on ios10, iOS 9, and so on.
 
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iObama

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Not only is this thread unnecessary, but I submit that seeing home screens of stock iOS is pretty boring.

The layout is the same across multiple iOS versions because Apple has done very little to give us some independence.

Unless you count widgets and such a big deal.

Home screens are essentially similar on ios10, iOS 9, and so on.

Then don't participate.
 

yanki01

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Not only is this thread unnecessary, but I submit that seeing home screens of stock iOS is pretty boring.

The layout is the same across multiple iOS versions because Apple has done very little to give us some independence.

Unless you count widgets and such a big deal.

Home screens are essentially similar on ios10, iOS 9, and so on.

this is funnier than the threads started after an iPhone release...15 seperate "OFFICIAL" threads of where people pre-ordered, what they pre-ordered, why they pre-ordered and when it will be delivered.
 

redheeler

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Not only is this thread unnecessary, but I submit that seeing home screens of stock iOS is pretty boring.

The layout is the same across multiple iOS versions because Apple has done very little to give us some independence.

Unless you count widgets and such a big deal.

Home screens are essentially similar on ios10, iOS 9, and so on.
This is more like the "Post Your Desktop Background" threads I've seen for Mac users. Apple isn't redesigning the layout, Dock / menu bar with every MacOS release either, but it's interesting to see what everyone is using as wallpaper, sometimes widgets / customizations (or in this case jailbreak tweaks), that's pretty much it.
 
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bufffilm

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this is funnier than the threads started after an iPhone release...15 seperate "OFFICIAL" threads of where people pre-ordered, what they pre-ordered, why they pre-ordered and when it will be delivered.

I cannot lie. :D

Look, if the OP wants to see home screens, simply search. No need to post a new thread about it.
 

redheeler

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Since the original post never said it has to be your main device... :D

iPhone 2G (8 GB), iOS 3.1.3. Background is plain black because there is no way to change it in this version!
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[doublepost=1498799998][/doublepost]I will add that this iPhone still gets pretty decent battery life despite the fact it's turning 10 this year. If only there were more that could be done with it, but the hardware is VERY slow by today's standards. Comparable to an iMac G3 from 1999.
 
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