Each week, the iDownloadBlog Wallpapers of the Week gallery is updated with fresh, photo quality images for your Apple devices. Our collection dates back more than seven years. During the year-end, we take time to reflect on the major updates and changes across Apple technology and the site. In so doing, as the curator of our wallpaper collection, I am always interested in wallpaper trends. This week's wallpaper post is a top 5 wallpapers of 2020 recap, by reader popularity.
Beautiful collections of wallpapers for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. From geometric to nature wallpapers, we cover a wide variety of categories.
Everyone's favorite child actor finally had his name revealed on The Mandalorian. By meeting another fellow Jedi, Ahsoka Tano, in a recent episode, the character previously only known as "the Child" shared his name in conversation. Grogu was officially known as "the Child" but most commonly known in pop culture as "baby Yoda," given his species matches that of the original trilogy Jedi Master. Celebrating the little Jedi, these Grogu wallpapers are simply, the best.
On Friday, November 13, all flagship iPhones will receive an OLED display panel. For the first time, all of these devices will enjoy a Super Retina XDR, OLED display. Capable of almost infinite contrast ratio between True Black (#000000) and super bright, colorful imagery. The Mandalorian wallpaper pack included in this week's Wallpapers of the Week combines two of my favorite things: Star Wars and iPhones. This collection includes eight The Mandalorian wallpapers optimized for OLED iPhone screens.
On November 19, 2019, Dolby Digital unveiled the company's exclusive poster for the forthcoming Star Wars movie, The Rise of Skywalker. Pending release in the United States on December 20, the fandom is at a fevered pitch, preparing to see the last movie in the original Skywalker saga, episode IX. Check out the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker iPhone wallpaper as a modification of the new Dolby Digital movie poster and other official movie poster downloads.
On Tuesday, November 12, Disney launched its official streaming service, Disney+. Coming on the heels of Apple TV+, Disney's service hit 10M subscribers by the end of week one. We are celebrating the few original flagship show with Star Wars The Mandalorian iPhone wallpapers. This wallpaper pack is comprised of original fan art.
Our Wallpapers of the Week collection aims to bring you the best wallpapers from around the web. With the intent to highlight original artists where possible, today's pack contains the hard work of Jason Zigrino. The following pack contains original 3D renders of famous sci-fi blasters.
Our Wallpapers of the Week collection is a selection of reader submitted wallpapers, posted every Sunday. We receive a wide arrange of submissions, from original digital artwork to fan art and everything in between. This week is a hodgepodge assortment of Darth Vader, R2D2, Yoda, and Obi Wan Star Wars wallpapers.
The official movie trailer launched for Star Wars: The Last Jedi this week at Star Wars Celebration. The two-minute teaser trailer already answers some questions from The Force Awakens and only stirs more unanswered rumors in the Star Wars universe. Star Wars Celebration is concluding today, but if you want to dive into the convention, just download the official mobile app.
Inside the Wallpapers of the Week post, you will find seven iPhone wallpapers captured directly from the movie trailer. Make sure to scroll all the way down, for links to previous Star Wars wallpaper collections! Get hyped for the upcoming movie, by downloading these wallpapers for your devices.
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.
The week is finally arrived. This Friday, December 18, Star Wars: The Force Awakens will hit theaters. With more than $500M in ticket presales, the next installment in the Star Wars saga is prepared to shatter box office records, making it one of the most highly anticipated films in history.
It comes as no surprise the film is so popular, given the smashing success of the franchise since the 1970's. Now with Disney's backing, it is impossible to go anywhere, see anything, or watch TV without being pummeled by advertising. To ensure your entire life is Star Wars: The Force Awakens, download your favorite iPhone wallpapers from our collection.
The Force Awakens trailer releases are causing a great disturbance in the Force. If you are particularly interested in seeing additional sneak preview details, any Star Wars fan would tell you to view the Disney release Japanese trailer that contains footage not released to English speaking audiences.
With the movie just more than one month away, the Wallpapers of the Week section is hoping to help celebrate the excitement. Inside this week's installment are a few images from and inspired by The Force Awakens. Of course, we must also pay homage to the original trilogy.
Star Wars Celebration ends today after a lot of stirrings in the Force. During the previous few days, both the newest Episode VII and Battlefront trailers were publicly released. Panels of cast members shared stories and hopes for the future, including classic cast members from Luke to Chewie to Leia and even the newest droid BB-8. Naturally, thousands of fans flocked to Anaheim for the occasion. If you want to follow along with the last day, make sure to download the official Star Wars Celebration app for either iPad or iPhone.
Following the renewed excitement for Star Wars after the event, we compiled a small list of Star Wars wallpapers. We have never highlighted Star Wars wallpapers in a past Wallpapers of the Week post for a simple reason: there are way to many to choose from. Consequently, this post is in no way an attempt to provide access to all of the best Star Wars wallpapers ever created. Merely, this post is a single entry in the much larger world of Star Wars walls.