When the iPhone 5 was announced earlier this month I decided to have a go at creating a series of simple wallpapers for it. So, a little bit later than originally planned, I’ve finally put together a collection of twenty abstract designs which I personally think look great on the new device – hopefully some of you will like them too!
If you’re the proud owner of an iPhone 5 you’ll want to show off that gorgeous 4-inch Retina display with some high-res wallpapers, so we’ve picked out ten of the best from interfacelift.com. Each one is available in the iPhone 5’s 1136 x 640 resolution, so all you have to do is save them to your device.
Courtesy of OS X Daily, here’s a fantastic OS X Mountain Lion tip which shows you how you can access a collection of over 40 hidden wallpapers, including some stunning high resolution aerial photographs, by following a few simple steps.
Continuing our series of wallpaper posts, we’ve put together a collection of ten photo-based wallpapers that we guarantee will look fantastic on your Mac. Each one is available to download in multiple resolutions, so you should be able to find a version for your particular Mac – regardless of its screen size.
If you’re the proud owner of a new Retina display MacBook Pro, you’ll want to show off that stunning screen with some high resolution wallpapers. So, for the sixth post in our wallpapers series we’ve put together a collection of ten images that we think will look fantastic on Apple’s latest notebook. And of course, these wallpapers can also be used on other Macs – in most cases they are available to download in a number of different sizes.
For the fifth post in our popular wallpaper series, we’ve put together ten of the best grunge style wallpapers for the iPhone 4S, iPhone 4 and iPod touch. We think these images, which feature a mixture of paint splatter, scratch, and worn effects, contrast nicely against the slick app icons of iOS. Enjoy!
Following our series of wallpapers for the third-generation iPad we’ve decided to turn our attention to Apple’s other retina display-equipped devices. To kick things off we’ve put together ten fantastic abstract wallpapers for the iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, and iPod touch.
For the third post in our new wallpapers feature, we’ve put together a collection of ten abstract retina wallpapers for the new iPad. With a mixture of minimal, and more complex designs, we hope you’ll find at least one that takes your fancy.
Such was the response to last week’s Twenty of the best Retina wallpapers for your new iPad post, we’ve decided to make wallpapers a regular feature on Macsessed. Every 1-2 weeks we are going to pick a set based on a theme – the first few posts will feature Retina wallpapers for the new iPad, but we’ll also create posts for other iOS devices, and the Mac.