For those that own the newest iPhone, you might want to know how to disable auto wallpaper size and auto zooming on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. If you’re one of these people, don’t worry the process is easy and not hard to complete. Before we start explaining how to fix this, you should first know why your iPhone does auto wallpaper and zooming on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
The iPhone has a feature called Parallax effect. What this does is make your iPhone home have a 3D effect without it actually being 3D. The way that this works is that when you move your iPhone around, the screen will appear that it’s moving around as well giving it a 3D impression. So for this to work correctly, the iPhone zooms in and out to create the 3D feeling. Another thing that many don’t think about the parallax effect feature is all the extra battery that it uses on your iPhone. With all the zooming in and out your battery consumption is much higher compared to having this feature turned off.
Below we’ll explain more about the wallpaper zooming in and out of iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max and also tell you how you can disable/turn off this feature on your iPhone.
How To Fix Wallpaper Zoom On iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro And iPhone 11 Pro Max in Perspective Zoom Feature:
- Power on your iPhone
- From Settings, go to Wallpaper
- Tap on “New Wallpaper”
- Now look for Perspective Zoom that can be found near the bottom of Wallpaper Preview display
- Change this feature off
- Browse and look for the wallpaper that you’d like to use for your new wallpaper
- You’ll be able to now set this new wallpaper as the Lock screen, Home screen, or both.
After you’ve followed the steps above, you should know how to fix wallpaper zoom in and out on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Another benefit of this feature that many don’t consider is all the extra battery you’ll save by having Parallax effect turned off. With the screen zooming in and out all the time to show you that 3D effect it uses battery. But by having this feature turned off, you can save lots of battery on your iPhone.