After a couple years left untouched, Apple announced updates to the iPhone SE. The entry level iPhone packs a surprising punch for the price point. If you have any interest in finding out more about it, there are 15 things you should know about the latest iPhone SE. For the avid iDB wallpaper community, the main thing you want to know is how to grab these dope 2022 iPhone SE 3 color block gradient wallpapers.
2022 iPhone SE wallpapers
For those interested in the details, this official new iPhone SE 3 wallpaper collection is called Spectrum. it comes in red, black, and white, in both Light and Dark variations for each color way.
Personally, I’m really shocked the 2022 iPhone SE 3 is now utilizing 5G carrier technology. While the usability of 5G is certainly in question, it is a bit surprising Apple included this more expensive modem in the iPhone SE 3. That probably explains why the starting price of the device increased by $30. Similarly, it now includes an HDR screen, which should make content pop, despite the device still using an LCD instead of OLED panel.
We were able to obtain the actual iOS release candidate files for the official iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro green color way wallpapers and for these new iPhone SE backgrounds as well. You can download all of them below.
Before we were able to get our hands on these official wallpapers, iDB wallpaper regular @BasicAppleGuy had whipped up replica versions of the official iPhone SE wallpapers, as seen in the keynote and on the Apple website. My favorite is definitely the PRODUCT(RED) version, which almost fades to a nice purple hue at the very top.
If you like his handiwork, then you should check out the full BasicAppleGuy iDB wallpaper gallery, where we’ve curated some of his best work! Go straight to the BasicAppleGuy blog for a full repository of hand crafted wallpapers and his general observations on the latest Apple takes.
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