10 Ways to Personalize Your iPhone Mobile Phone Experience

Whether we admit it or not, we want things our way. From the way we want our eggs cooked to the side of the cabinet our socks should be on, we want things organized in our favor. And for people who want more aesthetically pleasing things, customization is no stranger to their vocabulary. We see them adding a touch of their spice for more identity to their work as well. I remember a time in my life when I used to have a lot of purple things, and when I say a lot, almost all my things were purple, but it made it easier for other people to identify my possessions, which is very convenient at school too. And you know people are in love with comfort, or else we wouldn’t put much effort into improving our science and physics. With the level of technology we have now, there is no doubt that many personalization applications are already possible and available on the market, including commands built into our phones to help make our phone experience more organized and personal.

An iPhone could be a fancy device to look at, or a very boring phone, if you can’t fully access its capabilities. What we want is to optimize the use we make of our phones while exploring our artistic side to design the best phone we can have.

Here are some tips to personalize your iPhone and give it the makeover it deserves:


An iPhone allows you to choose a dark or light theme. To do this, access your display and brightness settings and adjust to your desired theme. you could also choose automatic which will automatically change its theme depending on the time. It also allows you to set what time you would like it to go dark, or if you want it to come on at sunset. If you feel this is too basic and want more options to choose from, you can always try installing a third-party app that allows you to switch and choose themes from various layouts. Some may require additional payment to purchase themes.


Wallpapers are those that we see on our phones as a background image on our home screen. This contributes to the overall appeal of our phone. Customizing your wallpaper can be a choice of your favorite travel photo, a selfie or groupie, your favorite K-pop group photo, or maybe just a simple color image. One thing to keep in mind when choosing your wallpaper is that it shouldn’t overload your fonts and apps, or else you’ll have trouble reading and identifying them on your screen. You can adjust the blur and brightness of the photo you are going to use to avoid this. You can also adjust the perspective zoom of the image you chose.

To add/change your wallpaper, go to your chosen image in Photostap more optionsand select Use as wallpaper.

Actually, you can use your wallpaper as your lock screen wallpaper or choose a different one. If you have a third-party app, you can customize your lock screen based on the theme you choose.

Another way to personalize your lock screen is to set a pattern lock or Face ID. In this way, you will also keep your phone private and secure.


We are guilty of downloading a lot of new apps: gaming, photography, editing, and social apps. This makes our home screen cluttered with random stuff in random places, and surely makes it hard to find an app when we need to use it (unless you search for it in the search bar and then tap on it). You can organize your apps according to what you like or how you want them to be grouped together. It is convenient to have everything in one place to save time searching for a particular application. To arrange them, touch and hold the home screen until you can drag the apps around. Combine them and you will create a folder. You can also rename the folder as you like.

There is also a way to redesign your icons if you want a cleaner, more identical design. In your shortcuts, tap the + at the top right and tap add action. Type in the search tab of the next window, open the app and choose the action you want. After performing the command, you can customize the icon that will be displayed for the shortcut you created, from color to graphics to images. In fact, you can group your commands by colors to create a color-coded home screen.


I personally love to change my font styles from time to time. It keeps the design fresh and a little new on the eye. In your settings, click screen and brightness to find the bold and text size options. If you want more fun usable fonts on your social media, I recommend you download the FONTS app on the app store. It gives you font variations to use in your captions and comments.


This is a cool update to the iPhone this year. Adding widgets to your home screen is the icing on the cake. You can add a slideshow of your favorite images, display the clock and/or in different time zones, put your reminder where you can easily see it, and much more. Long press on home screen and click on + button and you can choose widgets and they are available in 3 different sizes. Other widget apps you can find in the store can also be added to your home screen widgets. Motivation is a widget app where you can find daily motivational quotes about life, where you can also see a widget of 3 different sizes.


Actually, you can ask Siri to set your nickname or the name you want Siri to call you by. This is a lot of fun because it’s like having your own personal secretary. If you don’t already have Siri, go to settings and look for accessibility. Click on Siri and set up yours.


Another fun way to do with voice recognition is to activate voice control. This allows you to speak the command into your phone and it plays the command. So when your hands are full, or you’re driving but need to check something on your phone, you can just say what you want to do and voila, task complete. While I’m still testing the extent to which my phone could assist my commands verbally, it’s also fun to be able to do it with your voice. To activate voice control, go to accessibility in settingsand touch on voice control. Take the privilege of browsing the commands you can give your phone


Double or triple tapping the Apple logo on the back of your phone will execute a certain command depending on what is programmed and configured. This is a new addition to the simple but very useful and convenient commands that we could give our phones. To change the gesture, go to accessibility and hit tap. There, you will find the option to tap back and choose the command you want to be executed with that particular gesture. You can also refer to other accessibility commands for a more customized configuration.


A recently discovered customization is to run automation on certain events related to your phone. In your shortcuts, tap automation at the bottom and click +. You will find a large number of events where you could choose what sound the phone would give, or rather speak. When you add action to it, look for speak test and there, you can write whatever you want the system to speak when that event occurs, or you can also import or burn media.


Ringtones and sounds can be one of the most useful tools for your phone. This notifies you of what you just entered on your social networks, text messages, wakes you up with your alarm, and calls you when there is an incoming call. It is very important to designate specific ringtones so that you can be aware and familiar with the notification that comes your way. There are many sounds and ringtones that you can choose from. In its settings, you can adjust the type, volume, and even vibration of your sound as you wish. But if you are looking for more personalized and fun ringtones, you can import and download free iPhone ringtones on the Set As Ringtones website and you can choose from a number of ringtones ranging from the best to the newly released. It’s easy to download and find cool and fun ringtones to add to your personalized mobile experience.