Grab the 12 iPhone XR Wallpapers of Bubble Colors
The iPhone XR features a variety of snazzy wallpapers that are color matched to the devices themselves, each showing a colorful bubble or two that almost look like planets in some otherworldly conditions. Along with the 3 colorful oily bubble iPhone XS Max wallpapers they make for some visually appealing abstract background imagery for just about any device, so check them out below and enjoy some new wallpapers on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, PC, Android, or whatever else you’re rocking.
One interesting thing to note is that these wallpapers along with the iPhone XS wallpapers are not currently available in the iOS 12 GM build, so the first version of iOS 12 may ship without them. Nonetheless you can get your iPhone or iPad ready for iOS 12, it’s always possible they will ship in the final public version, or perhaps in a later update to the iOS 12 release.
Click on the images below to open the full size wallpaper picture into a new browser window. From there you can save the picture(s) to your device and set it as the wallpaper on iPhone or iPad or set it as your desktop wallpaper background on a Mac , or as the background image on any other computer or device you may have.
iPhone XR Bubble Wallpapers
The 12 colorful bubble wallpapers from iPhone XR as as follows:
You can also download the iPhone XR wallpapers from Dropbox here, that dropbox linka and the images above come to us courtesy of 9to5mac, so thanks to them for uncovering the images (perhaps from an IPSW file?) and sharing them with the world.
The wallpapers look pretty great on just about every device, here’s one of them used on an iPad:
If you like these you’ll probably also appreciate the 3 iPhone XS Max wallpapers too.
The wallpapers sort of look like planets or marbles modeled and textured in 3D by the early 1990s software rendering application Bryce Creator, but alas they appear to simply be high resolution photos of soap bubbles or some other liquid bubble with an oily sheen that were photographed close-up. Pretty cool, enjoy!
These remind me of CGI from the 1980s, I like them in a unique way but I think they will age quickly. Timeless wallpapers are usually scenery, never gets old.