One of the smallest details about Apple's iOS7 is sure to be one of the most popular: the ability to set your iPhone's wallpaper to a panoramic photo that moves when you do.
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When Apple unveiled iOS7 at the 2013 WWDC, they wowed the crowd with all sorts of head-turning features.
But one of the smallest details is sure to be one of the most popular: the ability to set your iPhone's wallpaper to a panoramic photo that moves when you do.
Check out some of the other great features of iOS7:
Scroll down to the bottom of this page to see it in action.
Now that you've seen it, you've got to have it, right?
If you're using iOS7, here is how you change your settings to make this possible.
Vine user Jeff Shin posted a clip showing just how this looks, see it below:
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