Download: iOS 10.3.3 Introduces New iPad Pro Wallpapers
It’s always slightly upsetting when Apple releases a new version of iOS only to find that it doesn’t actually contain any real changes for us to sink out teeth into.
The Cupertino-based company dropped the first beta of iOS 10.3.3 to registered developers yesterday, and while it focuses mainly on bug fixes, patches, and under-the-hood improvements, it has also been discovered that there are also a few new wallpapers on offer for 12.9-inch iPad Pro owners, and you can download them right here.
It may not seem like a huge deal for a new build of iOS to contain some new wallpapers, but new images as part of the default bundle are a big thing for device owners. App icons and the background wallpaper experience are a few of the constant entities on devices. It’s therefore vitally important that Apple offers a visual experience with a wealth of choice for those who opt to use the stock wallpapers rather an image of their own from their Camera Roll.
The release of iOS 10.3.3 not only signifies Apple’s intention to continue progressing iOS 10 ahead of an iOS 11 tease next month, but it also introduces three new nature-inspired wallpapers for those with 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
The wallpapers in question may be small in number but are fairly huge in just how beautiful and captivating they are. Apple is extremely passionate about photography and capturing moments in pictures, and these wallpapers continue to prove and hammer home that point by offering stunning coastal views from different areas of the world.
The aerial view of a solitary individual sitting in a pink sea is particularly stunning and looks perfect on the iPad Pro. Of course, given the fact that iOS 10.3.3 is still in beta, and that its release is limited to developers, not everyone is going to get these wallpapers instantly. Apple could even pull them from a public release when iOS 10.3.3 goes live ahead of WWDC 2017.
To combat that, we have them available for you to download from this link here, and do what you see fit with them. But of course, as they are designed for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, that is where they will look their very best.