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How to Change the Color of the Dock, Widgets, and Folders in iOS 10 Without Jailbreak

Apple is famous for offering a very closed operating system with many limitations in customizing the interface design. Thanks to the Jailbreak it is possible to change the style of some iOS elements such as the Notification Center, the Control Center, the application icons, etc. iOS Wonder How To

But there are also methods that will allow you to change the design of the iOS interface without Jailbreak. And this is one of them. Today we’ll tell you how you can change the color of the iOS 10 dock, widgets, and folders without installing Jailbreak and its Cydia tweaks.

How to Change the Color of the Dock, Widgets, and Folders in iOS 10 Without Jailbreak
How to Change the Color of the Dock, Widgets, and Folders in iOS 10 Without Jailbreak

A couple of months ago we were telling you how to hide apps without Jailbreak. This time the process will be very similar.

1. Download a wallpaper from this website.

2. Then set that wallpaper on your iPhoneiPad.

3. Go back to the startup screen and see how everything has changed.

As you will see after this tutorial, the wallpaper you have downloaded to your iPhone will change the color of both the dock at the bottom of the screen and the folders of your applications. In addition, the “redesign” also affects the iOS 10 Widgets which, curiously enough, will change its color to a darker shade.

If you are not happy with the results you can always return to the website we have recommended for to choose one of the 52 wallpapers available … just like that!

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