With the upcoming Apple iPhone Xs event and recent store opening, today’s wallpapers are inspired by the corresponding Apple logos.
We are just days away from the upcoming iPhone Xs event, which will be live streamed starting at 10:00AM pacific time, on Wednesday September 12. Apple is preparing to host the announcement in Steve Jobs theater on their Apple Park campus in Cupertino. In preparation, the Apple TV streaming app is updated with a new logo, which inspired this week’s Wallpapers of the Week selection. Additionally, download logo wallpapers from the recently opened Milan Apple Store.... Read the rest of this post here
Download this wallpaper collection based on the invitation to Apple’s September 12, 2018 event where the company will unveil new iPhones and a redesigned Apple Watch.
Thursday, August 30, Apple sent out media invitations to the upcoming iPhone fall event. We are expecting to see two new handsets and a refresh ‘s’ version of the current iPhone X. This will place Apple’s handset line up sizes at 5.8″, 6.1″, and 6.5″.
Each time a new invitation is released, the iDB wallpaper community rushes to create incredible images to celebrate the occasion. This is by far, the largest collection of event wallpapers we’ve ever posted. No surprise, fan favorite AR72014 is leading the charge with five different versions for iPhone. We are also excited to have options for iPad, Apple Watch, and desktop as well.... Read the rest of this post here
Even though results aren’t perfect, the Internet has managed to extract the wallpaper from yesterday’s leaked marketing image of an upcoming iPhone XS refresh. And now, you can have that gorgeous space-themed look on the Lock and Home screen of your own iPhone.
Yesterday’s unexpected leak (or could it be a great PR ploy on Apple’s part?) of an upcoming “iPhone XS” refresh has vividly illustrated the difference between a 5.8-inch second-generation iPhone X and the 6.5-inch form factor of a brand-new iPhone XS Plus model. The leak utilizes an unreleased wallpaper depicting what appears to be one-half of an imaginary, colorful planet (looks great on OLED screens!). The planet itself fills about a half of the display, mostly vertically to a great effect, with the pitch black void of space cunningly hiding the notch.... Read the rest of this post here