Apple yesterday sent out invites for its ‘One more thing’ event for November 10. The company is expected to announce its first Apple Silicon Macs alongside the AirTags at the event. If you want to get in the mood for Apple’s event next week, you can check out some wallpapers based on the ‘One more thing’ event invite from Apple for your iPhone or iPad.
Free iPhone Wallpapers
Got a new iPhone 12 or iPhone 12 Pro? Thanks to the Super Retina XDR display on these iPhones, the display on the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro is amazing to look at. While Apple bundles some beautiful wallpapers on the new iPhones, there are better wallpapers out there. Check out some of the best wallpapers for the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro to enjoy its stunning Super Retina XDR display even more.
Apple is yet to release macOS Big Sur to the public but the company yesterday seeded the first beta of macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 to developers. The new beta does not seem to come with any new features but it does come with some new wallpapers. You don’t need to be using the latest beta of macOS Big Sur to enjoy the new wallpapers though.
Apple released iOS 14.2 Beta 4 yesterday. The new firmware brought with it bug fixes and performance improvements. And that was about it. However, it turns out that iOS 14.2 Beta 4 also brings with it a bunch of new wallpapers.
Apple released the iOS 14.1 update following the iPhone 12 announcement earlier today. Apple tends to bundle new wallpapers with new iPhones and the iPhone 12 lineup is no different. The iOS 14.1 update comes with these wallpapers which have now been extracted so you can use them in your existing iPhone.
Since the introduction of iOS 14 last week, we have seen users flooding social media with custom resizable widgets and app icons on the iPhone home screen. Even after spending hours on creating a perfect home screen, you might get downvoted if you opt for an average or a mismatched wallpaper, to begin with. Allow us to spice up your iPhone home screen with these wallpapers from the list below.
A few minutes ago, Apple announced a launch event for September 15. The event invitation has a unique ‘Time Flies’ blue-colored Apple logo. And designers have wasted no time to come up with wallpapers based on this new logo.
Apple has shipped every new version of macOS/OS X with a new default wallpaper. These wallpapers are usually based around the final name of that macOS release. While macOS Mojave and Catalina ship with high-resolution wallpapers that can be used on a 5K display, wallpapers in older Mac releases are of relatively low resolution meaning even if you get your hands on them, you cannot use them.
Earlier this week, Apple launched the 2020 iPad Pro lineup. Apart from a number of new features and other enhancements, the new tablets also bring with it some new wallpapers. These wallpapers will be a part of iPadOS 13.4 but are likely going to remain exclusive to the 2020 iPad Pro. These wallpapers have now been extracted from iPadOS 13.4 GM build and uploaded for other iPad owners to use.
Its that time of the year when a new Star Wars movie comes out. With ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ releasing in the United States today and bringing the storyline to an end, the Star Wars hype is at an all-time high. If you are a Star Wars fan, here are some Star Wars wallpapers for your iPhone to further fuel the hype.