IOS 17 Beta Black Wallpaper and lock screen

Hello iphone lovers,
Whenever I attempt to modify the IOS 17 Beta Black Wallpaper, it simply locks up. Does anyone have a solution?

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Here are some steps you can take:

Restart Your Device
Check Available Storage
Update to the Latest iOS Version
Reset Wallpaper Settings:

  • Go to Settings > Wallpaper > Choose a New Wallpaper.
  • Select a different wallpaper and see if it works without freezing. If it does, try setting the black wallpaper again.

Clear Cache and Temporary Files
Reset All Settings:

  • Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. This won’t erase your data but will reset settings like wallpaper, network, and notifications.

Contact Apple Support:

  • If none of the above steps work, reach out to Apple Support for personalized assistance.

Hello! It seems you’re encountering a known issue with the iOS 17 Beta where attempting to change the black wallpaper causes the system to lock up. Here are a few potential solutions that users have found helpful:

  1. Force Restart: Sometimes, a simple force restart can resolve unexpected issues. [To do this, quickly press and release the volume up button, then the volume down button, and finally, press and hold the side button until you see the Apple logo.
  2. Set a New Wallpaper: Try setting a new wallpaper from scratch. [Go to Settings > Wallpaper, and choose a new wallpaper to see if it resolves the issue.
  3. Change Your Region: Some users have reported that changing the region on their iPhone to another region and then back again has fixed the issue. [This can be done in Settings > General > Language & Region.
  4. Wait for an Update: As with most beta software, bugs are expected. [If the above solutions don’t work, you might need to wait for the next beta update, which could include a fix for this problem.

If these steps don’t resolve the issue, you can also provide feedback to Apple through the Feedback Assistant app, which is included in the beta software. This way, Apple is made aware of the issue and can work on a fix for future updates.

Hey Mason… It sounds like there might be a compatibility issue or a bug with the iOS 17 beta software you’re using.

Here are a few troubleshooting steps you can try:
Restart your device: Sometimes, simply restarting your device can resolve minor software glitches.
Update your software: Check if there are any updates available for the iOS 17 beta software. Sometimes, updating to the latest version can fix bugs and improve stability.
Reset wallpaper settings: Try resetting your wallpaper settings to default and then attempt to modify the wallpaper again.
Report the issue: If none of the above steps work, consider reporting the issue to Apple through their beta testing program. They rely on feedback from beta testers to identify and fix bugs in their software.If the issue persists, it might be best to wait for a future beta release or the stable version of iOS 17, as beta software can be prone to bugs and instability. Cheers