In less than 24 hours, the United States, from coast to coast, will experience a total solar eclipse. The two axis cities are Salem, Oregon to Charleston, SC. Speaking of Charleston, check out these amazing dual screen wallpapers from last week’s Wallpapers of the Week post.

Along the axis, about 70 miles on each side, viewers will be able to see totality, a complete covering of the Sun by the Moon and only the corona will be viewable around the moon’s edges.

The last total U.S. solar eclipse was in 1979 and the next will be 2023; however, a full and total solar eclipse that stretches the entire U.S. is unprecedented. Check out our complete solar eclipse wallpaper collection, which you don’t need special glasses to see.

Solar eclipse iPhone wallpapers

If you are looking for more information about the solar eclipse, visit NASA’s dedicated webpage, complete with data, maps, and weather conditions.

To contribute to iDB’s weekly wallpaper collection, submit images to or follow @jim_gresham.

Download: iPhone

Download: iPhone

Download: iPhone

Download: iPhone

Download: iPhone

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splash image via placeit.net | some images sourced from papers.co

  • Ronny Llerena

    Where can we get these for ipads, lately there have only been wallpapers for iphones.

    • Matta Fakt

      I agree. And iPhones can use iPad wallpapers anyway, so it’s better to offer the highest res versions available. In fact, the Plus model phones actually require larger square shaped wallpapers in order to prevent zooming in when rotated to landscape, so I say they should all be iPad wallpapers!