Posts Tagged ‘Wallpaper’

Whether you’re feeling a bit geeky, or are simply curious as to the inner workings of your iPad (which, by default, renders you a geek anyway), you can now enjoy a high-resolution wallpaper showcasing your iPad Air’s insides. Theoretically, the images offer a glimpse of what your device would look like if the display component were completely removed, and as well as being pretty darned cool, it also serves as a reminder of how meticulous and intricate the interior build quality is of this product.

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If you dig flat looking geometric designs, then these 141 Material Design inspired wallpapers are bound to make your day, and the best part is, you can use them on any device you might have.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop wallpapers are now available for download, largely as a result of the updated developer preview images of the OS which were released a while back. This has more or less become a tradition with every new major release of Android, and this time users can adorn their screen with some Lollipop wallpapers – if not the OS itself.

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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?

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We do enjoy a nice iPhone wallpaper here at RP, and that’s exactly what the ‘Stainless Steel Apple Logo Wallpapers’ are. They’re free, and you’re going to want to download them!

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Samsung once again took to the stage at IFA to announce the latest addition to its famed Galaxy Note series earlier this week, and as we continue to digest the multitude of new features introduced with the Galaxy Note 4, the new lock screen and home screen wallpaper is already available to download. Seeing as they’re essentially just images, you can download and use them on any smartphone, and thanks to the incredibly high resolution of the device, you’ll be able to get away with it on most tablets as well.

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At Wednesday’s I/O keynote event, Google unleashed Android L, its newest and most advanced flavor of the famed mobile software, and with the subsequent roll-out of the SDK to developers, interested parties have since been able to check out the all-new “Material Design” language, alongside a number of other key enhancements. If you’re not a developer, or simply don’t wish to get involved with preview software, there is a way you can get a taster of things to come on your current device thanks to the release of the new Android L wallpapers. Below, we’ve got a preview of these eye-catching new backdrops, as well as the relevant info on how to go about obtaining them, so join us after the break!

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With each new version of iOS and OS X comes the inevitable spate of new wallpapers, and with both iOS 8 and OS X now out in their respective beta / Developer Preview states, those new-look backdrops are now available to download for all.

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Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference is only a matter of hours away and excitement within the mobile industry couldn’t be higher. Journalists, consumers and professional industry analysts are waiting with baited breath to see what the next twelve months hold for Apple, but more importantly waiting to see how Tim Cook and his team have decided to shape the future of iOS and OS X. As we count down the hours until Mr. Cook delivers the 2014 WWDC keynote, why not swallow up your time by mulling these iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 wallpapers inspired from WWDC banners hung for the big event at Moscone Center.

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Even though applying an iPhone lock screen wallpaper is as simple as moving and scaling, it’s fair to say that not every image or photo looks good as a background. In fact, because you’re dealing with limited space and various UI elements including the clock and unlock slider, it’s often rather difficult to find an image that seems to just work, but thanks to an appropriately-named app called Lockscreen Wallpaper Designer, you can easily turn almost any image into a beautiful backdrop.

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WWDC is regularly used by Apple to give us a first glimpse at the next-generation of iOS and provide us some valuable insights into how the company is performing and what the immediate future might look like. If that’s still not reason enough to sit up and take note, then how about some fantastic free WWDC 2014 themed wallpapers for your iPhone and iPad?

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One new feature that Apple added with iOS 7 was the ability to enjoy dynamic wallpapers, yet like all previously-unseen implementations, Apple held back on a few experimental features when it came down to the final, end-user release. It’s often the case that, rather than remove features entirely, Apple simply hides them, before phasing them out at a later date, but if you want to enjoy some of the wallpaper animations and effects that didn’t quite make the cut, then HiddenWallpapers is the tweak for you. Check it out after the fold!

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