Download: new WWDC 2022 wallpapers, for iPhone, iPad and Mac
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Download: new WWDC 2022 wallpapers, for iPhone, iPad and Mac

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The WWDC to dress up your devices.

In a few days, Monday June 6 precisely, Apple will present a new keynote. The latter will open the event for developers of the WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference). The conference will see Tim Cook and his colleagues present the changes brought by the next OS, but also, hopefully, some new products. You will obviously be able to follow these announcements with us on D-Day, we will launch our traditional text follow-up.

In the meantime, you can already give your iPhone, iPad or Mac a touch of this WWDC with the help of exclusive wallpapers. A few weeks ago , we offered you the works of Parker Ortolani and Basic Apple Guy. Today, discover the work of designer AR72014 . The latter offers two very successful wallpapers for iPhone and iPad. But you can also install them on other machines, computers, Apple TV, etc.

The two wallpapers are identical, with this image signed Apple placed on a black background. Simply, there is a version with WWDC22 logo and a version without this logo.

© AR72014

How to get these wallpapers?

Go to this link  in Safari, then find the wallpaper you prefer, with or without the logo. Open it, then:

On Mac:

  • click on the small download icon at the top right of the window
  • open the settings of your Mac, section “Desktop and screen saver”
  • finally, drag the desired wallpaper file from the Finder onto the current wallpaper image, or add the folder containing the new wallpapers using the “+” at the bottom left and choose the desired image

On iOS:

  • click on the small download icon at the top right of the window
  • click on the small blue arrow at the top left of the Safari window and choose “Downloads” to reach your downloaded files
  • open the downloaded wallpaper
  • tap the “Share” icon and choose “Save Image”
  • Finally, go to the Photos app and on the wallpaper, tap on the “Share” icon before finally choosing “Use as wallpaper”
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