Personalizing your iPhone is great fun, but we always find ourselves paralyzed by indecision. Do we go for that brightly colored sports motif or a dark and sinister wallpaper that makes us look all edgy while making it possible to actually read what our notifications say?

Decisions decisions.

There are some wallpapers that just transcend all of that though, usually because they’re just so damned awesome that everything else melts away. Who cares whether we can read what’s on-screen when the wallpaper behind looks so good?

iPhone 6 wallpaper main

Take the latest x-ray wallpapers from the folks at iFixit as a prime example of that. As usual, after taking an iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus down to their birthday suits they did the only thing any self-respecting geek would do – take some high resolution photos. And you know what high resolution photos are good for?

Why, making wallpapers of course.

The upshot of all this is that iFixit has made perfectly sized wallpapers available that depict what an iPhone 6 or IPhone 6 Plus looks like with the covers off. It’s almost like an x-ray, but not. The effect is great when these wallpapers are used, and if you ever fancied paying homage to the engineering that goes into these phones then there are worse ways to do it than this.

iPhone 6 internals

Of course, x-ray wallpapers aren’t to everyone’s taste, but these are free and are even available for iPhones other than Apple’s two latest handsets should you own something a little more vintage. Have a poke around and see what tickles your fancy.

On a related note – just look at all those tiny pieces that go into making your iPhone work!

We live in the future.

iPhone 6 wallpaper

Simply head over to the source link below to grab these wallpapers. And to add more effect to the proceedings make sure Perspective Zoom is set to on when you apply them, otherwise you won’t get that feeling of true depth which the creators had in mind. Just putting it out there.

Do let us know in the comments section what you think of the wallpapers.

(Source: iFixit)

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