Question About The Display When Someone Calls You

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Azteka

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As Seen on the Apple commercials....i seen at the end when someone calls u have their picture on the upper right corner in a box...and the wallpaper of the world in the middle......how do u get it like that?...On my iPhone...when someone calls me the whole screen becomes their picture....how do u change those settings?
 

Alexander

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As Seen on the Apple commercials....i seen at the end when someone calls u have their picture on the upper right corner in a box...and the wallpaper of the world in the middle......how do u get it like that?...On my iPhone...when someone calls me the whole screen becomes their picture....how do u change those settings?
Add the picture in your address book on your PC, rather than assign the picture on the iPhone itself.
 

The Apple

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I had heard in another thread that if the picture was taken with the phone (from camera roll) it would take up the whole screen, and if it was a photo synced to the phone (any folder below photo library) it would just be the picture in the box. I do not know for sure though.
 

Alexander

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I had heard in another thread that if the picture was taken with the phone (from camera roll) it would take up the whole screen, and if it was a photo synced to the phone (any folder below photo library) it would just be the picture in the box. I do not know for sure though.
The photo has to be set as the contact picture in your computer address book is what I understand. Any time you set the photo on the iPhone, it takes up the fullscreen. Apple wanted to have your contact pictures on your PC to sync as well, but the computer address book would have no way of knowing how to scale the picture (where to crop etc.), so it sets it as a thumbnail.