The idea of a doll on any smartphone, it's iPhone or Android, is a great invention. It allows you to be grounded with a core group of apps that you often use. But sometimes the doll can feel like an obstruction to style – but there is a trick to hiding the transparency behind these core apps on the bottom of your iPhone without jailbreaking.
To hide your doll's transparent band-like background, we will be assisting some special wallpapers by Hideaki Nakatani designed to mask the doll's background entirely. Some of the patterns include a thick colored line at the bottom of each wallpaper, and these lines trick the translucent puppet layer into becoming a translucent. But that's not how everyone works.
For those with lines, the color of the line in each wallpaper varies depending on the background image in general, especially near the bottom where the doll is. So it is difficult to come up with custom, unique wallpaper design yourself to hide the doll and remove the obvious difference between home screen apps and docking apps. Therefore, it is easier to use the Nakatani specially designed.
Keep in mind that you need to find wallpapers that match your specific iPhone. For example, you cannot use an iPhone X wallpaper on your iPhone 7, but the Nakatani website has options for each wallpaper for all iPhones. In addition, you must be on the correct iOS version. Many of his docking wallpapers work on iOS 11 or iOS 12, while some only work on iOS 12 and up, but the Nakatani website also has older wallpapers from previous versions of iOS that are available for download and use.
Step 1: Find the Background You Want
First visit the Nakatani website, called Mysterious iPhone Wallpaper, to find and choose the color flash you want. There are whole white backgrounds, tie-color-like colors, pastels and more. Some of them make the doll's background invisible while others just make it hardly noticeable. We've added some of our favorite wallpapers for backgrounds directly below for easy access.
If you use the Nakatani website, make sure you choose the background that corresponds to your iPhone model. So, for example, say you have an iPhone 8 Plus – then you would press the button that says "[8P/7P/6P]." "P" corresponds to "Plus". The background images page also shows that the iOS version corresponds to any iOS version you have installed on your iPhone. Also, note that "Reduce Transparency" must be enabled or disabled because you need to know later.
Not all background images will look like the examples below with the gray perimeter where the doll would be as you  S S Max & X R Only  Pictures of Hideaki Nakatani / Mysterious iPhone Wallpaper
Example: Only iPhone 6, 7 and 8
Example: iPhone 6 Plus, 7 Plus and 8 Plus Only
Example: iPhone 5 S SE Only
Step 2: Download the background of your iPhone
Once you find a Wallpaper that you like, either from Nakatani or from the galleries above, tap the image to view the .png or .jpg file directly in your browser , then press the Action (share) button followed by "Save Image". Alternatively, you can press and hold the picture gently and then select "Save Image".
After saving your chosen wallpaper to your iPhone , just set it as wallpaper, either from the Photos or Settings app. Before doing so, make sure you belong to the page on the Nakatanis website for the type of wallpaper to see if "Reduce transparency" must be turned off or on, so make sure it is adjusted as in your settings.
Now, to set a background image from the Photos app, find the wallpaper you downloaded and open it. Right Action (share) button in the options menu, then select "Use as background" from the row of action extensions. From here, make sure "Still" is preselected, then press "Set," followed by "Enter start screen".
Alternatively, you can do it from the Settings app by selecting "Background" and then "Select a new background image. "Select the" Camera Roll "album, then the image you downloaded, and make sure" Still "is preset. Then press "Set" and select "Set Home Screen."
Note: If you have " Reduce Motion" enabled (it is disabled by default) you can only select a snapshot, so it's a little easier because it should already be zoomed all the way to the appropriate location. It may be almost impossible to try to zoom to the right place otherwise.