If you’re looking for a cool new wallpaper to rock on your iPhone, The basic apple guy is out with a new collection of schematic wallpapers that are beautiful. These wallpapers are designed to show the “intricate internal network of tightly integrated components” hidden in your iPhone.
These so-called schematic wallpapers were created based on the demolition of X-rays of people at iFixit. In a blog post, The basic apple guy explains the tedious process of creating these wallpapers over many of ours with Sketch and Pixelmator:
The charts for iPhone 13 Pro & 13 Pro Max were very, very tediously made inside Sketch using the iFixit wallpaper as a guide to exactly where each component should be placed. Transistor by transistor, screw by screw, these wallpapers came to life slowly over many hours. From there, the projects were imported into Pixelmator to create a number of amazing variations for your devices. And when the iPhone 13 Pro wallpaper was finished, another 13 Pro Max project was created from scratch. Although they share many of the same components, the sizes and location of the components required a complete remodel of the project.
There are eight different designs to choose from: Black, Xray, Sunset, Slate, Neon Blue, M1, Card and Blueprint. The wallpapers are designed for iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, but they also work well with iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini.
You can download all these wallpapers from The Basic Apple Guy’s website. Simply save them in your photo library, turn off Perspective Zoom and resize the wallpaper to fit the edges of your iPhone screen.
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