CSS iPhone 📱
Hope you you're going well!
This is a black iPhone 12 made in
CSS, and some
Here's how it looks like:
I tried to make it look as close as possible to the original iPhone:
I also made the passcode screen, the homescreen, and even the camera app!
- Lockscreen wallpaper
- Lock icon
- Time and date
- Torch and camera icon
- Swipe up to unlock and home indicator animation
You can click the torch icon to 'turn it on' (doesn't actually work). You can also click the camera icon to go to the camera app, just like the real thing. Click the home indicator to unlock the iPhone.
- Using camera and microphone indicator
- Flash, hidden, live icons
You can click the capture button (satisfying)!
- Lock icon
- Emergency and cancel buttons
You can actually type in a password and watch the dots fill in. Any password works.
- Homepage wallpaper
- 3 dots
- Menu bar
When the home page loads up, the apps have a kind of 'bounce-in' animation, similar to the one for iPhone.
For the hardware of the phone (case, buttons, notch, etc.), I tried to make it look like the real thing.
For the side buttons, you can see the ringer, volume, and power buttons. You can click the volume and power buttons, althought only the power button actually does something (it turns off the phone). When the phone is off, you can touch the screen (tap to wake) or click the power button again to turn the phone back on.
The notch has the mic and the camera.
The casing even has the little marks or dashes that look like this for the real iPhone:
The lockscreen wallpaper is the dark mode default wallpaper:
The homepage wallpaper is the orange light mode iOS 13 wallpaper because I think it looks cool:
The font family I used mostly is the default Apple font:
-apple-system, BlinkMacSystemFont, 'Segoe UI', Roboto, Oxygen, Ubuntu, Cantarell, 'Open Sans', 'Helvetica Neue', sans-serif.
I also used San Francisco Compact for the camera app.
Most of the icons come from Apple's developer package icons, a great bundle of more than 3,000 symbols which you can customize.
One icon from the phone is from Ionicons as I couldn't find it on the Apple package.
On iPhone's camera app, you can scroll sideways to scroll through the different camera modes (video, photo, slo-mo, etc.) and whilst I didn't make the scrolling, effect, I was able to make the bent effect.
This is how it really looks like:
And this is what I mananged to achieve:
I was able to do that by making the color of the letters at the far ends a different shade of gray, and I also used
transform: rotateY(50deg); to kind of squish the letters more together and make them thinner. Hence, the bent effect was achieved.
Well, that's about all! Make sure to let me know any comments, suggestions, or questions if you have them! :D
In case you didn't read anything above (I hope you did; it takes quite some time to write the whole
|Here's what you can basically do:|
|- Click the power button on the right to turn the phone on/off|
|- Click the home indicator on the bottom and type in a password to go to home|
|- Click the camera icon for camera|
|- Click the torch icon for torch|
It looks beautiful, as always! How long have you been using an iPhone? I, for example, switched to an iPhone three years ago. In the beginning, it was unusual after Android. After Android, which is flexible in terms of settings, you have to get used to the peculiarities of iOS. Icons follow each other without tearing, the design of icons can not be changed, no loungers, shells, and fun with fonts. On iPhones, everything is strict: you can change the wallpaper on the desktop or lock screen, arrange the icons in order, or sort them into folders. In addition, I had to figure out how to unlock the Verizon iPhone.
So kewl :O. Bookie you've become like--the best Frontend dev on Replit in less than a year awesome XD.