By Jim Gresham on Jul 24, 2016
Continuing the Wallpapers of the Week section is a passion. Each week, we get to present you with the best wallpapers found around the Net. Whether pop culture related, naturescapes, or satellite images, the weekly posts is geared to provide photo quality images for your favorite iOS devices.
Recently, iDB readers and community members have been helping populate the section by catching up with me on Twitter via @jim_gresham, where I communicate with other wallpaper enthusiasts. Today’s selection of colorfully augmented natural scenes is the result of these interactions. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Jul 17, 2016
The Wallpapers of the Week section hosts a new collection of iOS friendly images each Sunday. From pop culture to galaxy walls, the curated posts are quite popular with readers. Until any major iOS design changes, customizing your wallpaper remains the best way to modify your stock device without jailbreak requirements.
As one of the more popular categories, naturescapes tend to draw a lot of attention. Today’s post falls into the nature category with excellently captured blue skies. Step inside for the downloads. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Jul 10, 2016
Late last week, Nintendo’s newest iOS experience launched as Pokémon GO hit the App Store. The augmented reality game requires players to actually roam around in real space, think outside, homes, offices, restaurants, looking to “actually” capture Pokémon in the wild. Some otherwise dormant gamers have even taken to Twitter, complaining about the added exercise of walking around.
The resurgence of Pokémon on iOS caused a flurry of excitement with those newly interested gamers or some playing for the nostalgia. Regardless, Pokémon GO is extremely popular on the App Store. Don’t miss your chance to catch all of this week’s Pokémon inspired iPhone wallpapers. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Jul 3, 2016
As the title suggests, the iDownloadBlog Wallpapers of the Week collection is refreshed each week, on Sundays. Ranging from pop culture to space images, the wallpaper collection has been growing for a couple years. One of the most commonly popular post-categories is geometric shapes.
Take a step below to download a new collection of geometrically based images for iPhone and iPad. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Jun 26, 2016
Since WWDC 2016, we created a series of wallpapers featuring the iOS 10 and macOS wallpapers. Also, wallpapers inspired by other features of the new operating systems posted across the last couple weeks. Today will be another set in the same series.
A new feature of watch OS 3 is the Breathe app. The idea is another step in the increased health functionality of Apple’s latest offering. According to Apple’s keynote, breathing deeply several times per day provides decreased stress levels. An interactive watch app, along with a guiding lotus-like image encourages deep breathing at intervals throughout the day. Check out these wallpapers inspired by the new app for iPhone, iPad, and desktop. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Jun 19, 2016
Last week, Apple announced new operating systems for all its hardware: desktop; phone and tablet; watch; and set top box. With thew new macOS and iOS systems, new wallpapers were included and we excitedly launched them a mere hour after the announcement.
Today, we highlight several wallpapers that were inspired by or variations of the new stock iOS 10 images. Additionally, there is a copy of the new Home app wallpaper, both red and green versions for your viewing pleasure. Step inside for your downloads.
By Jim Gresham on Jun 13, 2016
Today, Apple released the developer preview of its latest mobile operating system, iOS 10. With great new improvements to iMessage, Apple Music, and Maps, the new iOS 10 will be available to the public this fall. You can see a full round up of the new features from our WWDC coverage.
As quickly as the round up ended, I began getting requests for the new wallpapers via @jim_gresham, which I use to gather images for iDB’s Wallpapers of the Week. If you have any leads, send them my way.
Thankfully, due to the Twitter community, we are able to present you with the iOS 10 wallpapers for iPhone and iPad, in the article below. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Jun 13, 2016
Today, Apple announced major renovations and upgrades to its latest version of OS X, now called macOS. The new naming convention means the operating system falls in line with its brethren, watchOS, iOS, and tvOS. New features prominently include desktop Siri integration and auto unlock features. Check out our full round up from earlier.
Immediately after the new system was shown, I began getting pings for the new wallpaper via @jim_gresham, where I receive submissions for our Wallpapers of the Week section. Also, if you have any leads on upcoming wallpapers, you know where to find me.
Thanks to some Twitter friends, you can find versions of the macOS Sierra wallpaper inside. Download them below the fold. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Jun 12, 2016
On WWDC 2016 eve, many rumors are piling up about tomorrow’s event. We covered a full round up of expectations to get you reading for the big day. Personally, I’m most excited about what a new watchOS could bring to the wrist. My fingers are crossed for a watch face library that can be submitted by independent designers and developers. A little more control over the complications would be great!
As we wait these final hours, take a step inside for one last round of WWDC wallpapers. Everyone has been kind to share them as they are completed, by catching me on Twitter @jim_gresham. If you would like to share walls in the future, just catch me there. But today, step inside for two more sets of WWDC goodness. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Jun 5, 2016
Every Sunday, we utilize the Wallpapers of the Week section to highlight great background-worthy pictures and images. Whenever Apple hosts a media event, the Internet lights up with invitation-inspired graphics, that often make excellent wallpapers.
Apple used a retro looking script based invitation for the upcoming WWDC event, leading pundits to assume the event may only contain software updates. Inside you will find wallpapers, for iPhone, iPad, and desktop, that pay homage to the upcoming event. Read More
By Jim Gresham on May 29, 2016
Of the running Wallpapers of the Week section, Star Wars wallpapers are among the most popular. Today’s collection features fan art in the noir and minimalist categories, taking a new spin on our previous Star Wars wallpaper posts.
With a six year span of Star Wars movies, starting with The Force Awakens in 2015 and a new movie launching each year until 2020, Star Wars wallpapers will continue to be a popular category for new and old fans alike. Inside, take a look at the newest selection and download images for your iPhone or desktop. Read More
By Jim Gresham on May 22, 2016
Natural beauty is a thing to behold. In this week’s post, we highlight satellite images of Earth. Gathering photos from NASA, ESA, and EROSC, the images are perfectly formatted for iPhone and a great addition for your Lock or Home screen.
These images were taken from the WLPPR app, which hosts a vast collection of similar photographs, all gathered from our solar system. Step inside for an immediate download. Read More
By Jim Gresham on May 15, 2016
Sunday arrives with a fresh set of device images for the Wallpapers of the Week section. One of the site’s most anticipated weekly posts, aims to bring you new device-specific wallpapers. There are a myriad of images amongst the vast Internet, but we ensure they are photo quality and perfectly scaled for your iOS, and sometimes desktop, devices.
The section is completed with images found around the Web, submitted to us directly, or stumbled upon through Twitter. Today, we highlight a long-time iDB fan favorite wallpaper creator, Jason Zigrino. Step inside for his latest. Read More
By Jim Gresham on May 8, 2016
The Wallpapers of the Week section brings new images to your iOS devices each Sunday. Through the section, we highlight original works, photography, curated selections, and themed images. This week’s post features an old favorite from the days of skeuomorphism. Not to say the bokeh imagery is itself skeuomorphic, but the wallpaper style is much more pre-iOS 7 in nature.
However, everyone loves a good throwback and what better way than with some high quality bokeh iPhone wallpapers? Flat design is the new thing, but celebrate depth of field with these light captured images.
By Jim Gresham on May 1, 2016
Our continuing Wallpapers of the Week section intends to provide quality images for your iOS devices every Sunday afternoon. The section focuses on iPhone wallpapers, but we have been known to throw in some desktop or iPad wallpapers along the way.
Aside from jailbreaking, changing your device wallpaper is one of the quickest and easiest ways to customize your experience. This week, download natural beauty, as each image focuses on the sky. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Apr 24, 2016
Last week, Apple officially announced the upcoming WWDC, to be held in San Francisco. The conference, which starts with a flagship media keynote presentation, also extends for several days of individual sessions and learning experiences, focusing around software development.
Each year, the invitation brings an exciting stir to the Apple community and we gather submitted wallpapers for review. If you are excited about the upcoming conference or just want to show some Apple pride, step inside for a set of images. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Apr 17, 2016
The Wallpapers of the Week series is a dedicated iDB section that brings you quality wallpaper posts, every Sunday. We try to cover the full spectrum of imagery, from still shots, to naturescapes, to original digital creations.
It seems somewhat sacrilegious to host other system wallpapers on a site dedicated to Apple, but sometimes it doesn’t hurt to steal some inspiration. Today’s selection comes from the HTC Sense 8. Step inside to download the new wallpapers and be comforted knowing you don’t have to own an HTC to enjoy them. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Apr 10, 2016
Every Sunday, iDownloadBlog brings you a fresh set of iOS device wallpapers for the Wallpapers of the Week section. One of the quickest and easiest, non-jailbreak, ways to change the look and mood of your device, is to keep an ever changing library of fresh images ready for the moment.
The section contains images from a myriad of places around the web, including user submissions and original pieces. Today’s images focus on abstract portraits, modern images that are not solely focused on the subject, but the environment they portray. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Apr 3, 2016
During the March keynote, Apple emphasized the company’s commitment to reducing its impact on the environment, even including a video of their Liam robot, which carefully takes apart recycled iPhones. Recently, Apple also bolstered their in-store trade-in program, allowing users to bring in older devices for upgrades, receiving credit for their purchase.
As we approach Earth Day, Apple is offering exclusive wallpapers for customers who decide to trade-in their device. Luckily, we can all enjoy their customized wallpapers, as they are hosted on a publicly accessible Apple website via apple.com/recycling/thanks. Step inside to get your hands on these new Apple exclusive wallpapers, including versions for the iPhone SE. Read More
By Jim Gresham on Mar 27, 2016
We are excited to bring you a spectacular set of images for Wallpapers of the Week. Last Monday, Apple announced iPhone SE and the new iPad Pro, which comes now in 9.7″ versions. Once the devices were highlighted on the website, several new wallpapers appeared on the device advertisements. Only a couple of hours later, I was getting pinged with hopeful iDB readers, trying to download the new images.
Thanks to some work from our loyal readers, I was able to snag these wallpapers and am excited to offer them to you. Not only are the advertised wallpapers included below, you can also download wallpaper versions from the shot-on iPhone SE image gallery, which is featured on the Apple product page. Step inside for your downloads. Read More