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Over on our YouTube channel, MacRumors videographer Dan has a new video up where he shares his Home Screen, wallpaper, and all of his current favorite widgets.


Check out Dan's video to see his setup, and then comment below and show us your own Home Screens. It's always fun to see other peoples' Home Screens, and with widgets and customization options now available, there are more possibilities than ever before.

Article Link: What's on Your iPhone Home Screen?
 

ghostface147

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Mine is boring. I only have one page and ALL of my non-Apple apps go in the third party folder.
 

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DCstewieG

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I recently added the Siri Suggestions widget to my first screen and I really like it. It’s not perfect and probably not for everyone, and the way icons appear in different places prevents muscle memory, but I’ve really enjoyed having the apps I usually use at a certain point in the day available right there.

I’d recommend at least trying it.
 
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LeadingHeat

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Question for the forum... when you install a profile to set the custom wallpaper apps, wouldn’t that then tell the company (app/profile developer) a snapshot of your phone and which apps you have installed? There wouldn’t be a way to have them intercept any data right? I guess the profile would list out all the data it’s able to collect and manipulate so theoretically I guess it should be safe. Just sounds interesting. Similar to these free “ad-blocking vpn” profiles you can install.
 
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adamjackson

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Jul 9, 2008
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Wow, I feel REALLY boring:
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I'm so old school that the Fuelly app there is actually a Web-Clip (remember iOS 1.1.3 when Steve introduced those as 'better than apps'?). Fuelly decided to deprecate their premium app and release a free one with ads so now I just keep their mobile app bookmarked.


Here's my page 2:
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JerseyBill

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Over on our YouTube channel, MacRumors videographer Dan has a new video up where he shares his Home Screen, wallpaper, and all of his current favorite widgets.


Check out Dan's video to see his setup, and then comment below and show us your own Home Screens. It's always fun to see other peoples' Home Screens, and with widgets and customization options now available, there are more possibilities than ever before.

Article Link: What's on Your iPhone Home Screen?
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