Years ago, an iPhone user discovered an interesting glitch in Apple's iOS software. By creating a wallpaper that was just one pixel in size, an iPhone would stretch it to cover the entire screen and some interesting effects would be displayed as a result. Namely, the dock and folder backgrounds would completely disappear, giving the iPhone a cool minimalistic look. It just so happened that this discovery was made in 2016, which is when Apple released the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in a new Jet Black finish. Applying this special black wallpaper on a Jet Black iPhone gave it a sleek new look, and people absolutely loved it.
Throughout the years, the person who created those original glitch wallpapers has created a number of other unique wallpapers for Apple's iPhones. Apple fixed the bug that enabled those original glitch wallpapers, but after two years they're finally back and fully functional on Apple's latest iPhone models. The most well-known recent wallpaper from the collection is a nifty one that traces the outer edges of the iPhone's display, highlighting Apple's notch design in a cool way. Those wallpapers were updated for Apple's new iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR models this past October, but now they're back with a new twist: The person who created them has found a way to combine them with a series of "magic" wallpapers that change the colors of the iPhone's dock and folder backgrounds.
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