At WWDC 2021, Apple unveiled the all-new and exciting iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8 updates boasting many remarkable features. However, the iOS 15 update also comes with new stock wallpapers that are colorful and abstract. If you want to make them yours before the official iOS 15 release, we can help!
The neat part is that you can now download the iOS 15 wallpapers for your iPhone or iPad and also grab some fantastic concept wallpapers.
Download iOS 15 wallpapers
Usually, Apple releases a host of wallpapers with the initial beta release. However, this time around, iOS 15 boasts just one new wallpaper, available in the dark and light modes.
Interestingly, the official wallpaper seems like an extension of the iOS 14 wallpapers. Carrying a somewhat similar color scheme and abstract form, it looks like a heavily zoomed-out version of the previous year’s background.
Well, at least that’s how I see the abstract painting-like image. What do you think?
Awesome new iOS 15 concept wallpapers
So what if Apple just released two official iOS 15 wallpapers? Thanks to the Twitter user @AR72014, we can enjoy a whole bunch of well-crafted, iOS 15-inspired wallpapers at our fingertips.
For once, I am not too impressed by Apple’s official iOS wallpapers. However, these concept wallpapers undoubtedly saved the day.
However, Apple might have a chance to redeem itself by realizing some amazing new wallpapers for iOS 15 in the fall. So, I am keeping my fingers crossed this year.
How did you like the new iOS 15 wallpapers? Are they yay, meh, or somewhere in between? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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