Snow wallpapers for iPhone and iPad

As November concludes, we look into December anticipating colder months throughout winter. Snow wallpapers bring frosted images with pops of color and picturesque scenery. This frozen snow wallpaper pack is sized for the iPad 12.9″ device and is sizable on any smaller iPad or iPhone devices.

Snow wallpapers

The following wallpaper pack includes images found on the photography repository, unsplash. Images on the site are posted by individual users and a free resource for others. Large, high quality photographs are easy to find using a quick search feature and if you love making your own wallpapers, give it a look!

I used five different photographers’ images when cropping for the set. Each images is 2732 x 2732, which is large enough for any iOS or iPadOS device.

Below, you will see a link to each of the individual photographers, which navigates to the original image. From there you can explore additional images from that photographer or see other similar images.

My favorite image is the frosted snow-covered red leaf that is surviving the cold. With the depth of field, a blurry background brings the red leaf into focus for the wallpaper. It will make a great Lock or Home Screen wallpaper because it is not an overly complicated image.

snow wallpaper mountain lake idownloadblog unsplash fynn ipad

Snow covered mountain on a mirror lake wallpaper by Fynn

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Snow covered frosted red leaf wallpaper by Austris Augusts

snow wallpaper evergreen idownloadblog unsplash ian schneider ipad

Evergreen covered in snow wallpaper by Ian Schneider

Snow wallpaper frost idownloadblog unsplash kelly sikkema ipad

Frozen frosted window depth of field wallpaper by Kelly Sikkema

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Drone  photo of a snow covered forest road by Riccardo Lapi

If you enjoyed today’s collection, make sure to visit the iDownloadBlog Wallpapers of the Week gallery. I curate the images via @jim_gresham, where I also interact with readers of the site and take wallpaper submissions or tips. Make sure to follow along for previews of upcoming posts.