With the arrival of iOS12 just mere hours away and the first deliveries of the iPhone Xs series less than a week away you could well be one of the lucky ones upgrading to the latest iDevice.
If, like me, you may not be planning to upgrade on this cycle – you may well like the idea of a facelift for your current phone and no better way to do that than the latest wallpaper.
Apple are renowned for their gorgeous wallpapers and this refresh is no different. The wallpapers for the new iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max are beautiful. There is some dispute as to what the wallpapers actually depict, some claim they represent planetary surfaces, others that they are bubbles – the patterns coming from an oil type effect on the surface of said bubbles. The latter being the theory that I am going for.
But it doesn’t stop there. Of course the latest flagship iPhone is causing a lot of buzz on the tech front but what seems to be causing even more at the moment is the newly announced iPhone XR – the more modestly priced, LCD screened, single camera’d, and multi coloured iPhone XR. With it comes a whole range of wallpapers each designed around the base colour of an iPhone XR. These follow the same bubble theme and come with a single or double bubble variant.
So without further ado read on to see all the wallpapers that will be coming with the new range of iPhones and download your favourite. All the images are full resolution so will work beautifully on whatever phone you currently use – your facelift awaits…
Keep scrolling… right to the bottom… there’s a link to download all wallpapers in a handy zip file (31.2Mb)
iPhone Xs Wallpapers :
iPhone Xs Max Wallpapers :
iPhone XR Wallpapers : Single Bubble Variants :
iPhone XR Wallpapers : Double Bubble Variants :
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