Apple’s WWDC event officially closed its doors on June 9; however, that hasn’t halted the hype that surrounds the company. Nor, has it prevented those with interest from continuing to dissect what came out of it. As such, today, we can bring to you some newly discovered iOS 11 wallpapers, all of which are of course gorgeous on the eye.
iOS 11 Wallpapers
Earlier this month we brought to you the first wallpaper that was shown off at the event, along with a MacOS High Sierra wallpaper. If you missed it, go and take a look. As for what we’re focussing on today, that’s wallpapers for the iPhone and iPad, for which we know of six.
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Apple’s new iPad Pro Lineup has garnered a lot of positive attention since its announcement. What with a faster processor, less bezel on the 10.5-inch model, and a 120hz ProMotion display, they are a huge improvement. Having said that no new iPad model would be complete without its own artwork. As such, each color variation, Space Gray, Silver, Gold, and Rose Gold has been given its own from the iOS 11 wallpapers selection.
Unfortunately, at the time of writing this, these fantastic looking graphics were not available on iOS 11. So, we’ve done some investigative work and found them for you. If you want to get your hands on one or more of them right now, you can. All you have to do is click one or more of the links below to be taken to a large version of the wallpaper.
Moving on to the iPhone and the iOS 11 Wallpapers that are available for it, we have again conducted some research. And, we’ve discovered that there are a lot of fakes out there. Which, unfortunately, means there’s as far as we can tell only one official graphic for the iPhone available from Apple. And that is the one of the left which for the iPad is classified as Gold. If you’re interested in getting your hands on that one, you can do so here.
Now, if you’re looking at the above image and thinking the “One on the right is from MacOS High Sierra,” you are of course correct. However, as we mentioned earlier, there are a lot of iOS 11 wallpapers doing the rounds, most being fake! As such, it’s clear that that one has been altered to fit on an individual sized iPhone display. However, if that hasn’t put you off and you want to give it a try, click here.
As for why there is only the single wallpaper available for iPhone? It’s possible Apple will release more as we edge closer to an iPhone 8 announcement. We think it’s likely to do that before the handset launches so watch this space. The thought of having to wait until September isn’t appealing, so wee will keep any eye out. In the meantime, there’s no reason why you can’t try and use the iPad iOS 11 wallpapers on an iPhone. Yes, you may have to play around with them a little, but it’s worth a try.
As and when new official images are released we will let you know. In the meantime, come and share your opinion, on what are undoubtedly beautiful wallpapers.