Grab the M1 iPad Pro Wallpapers
You may have noticed the snazzy new wallpaper adorning the new M1 iPad Pro lineup. Wouldn’t you like to enjoy these wallpapers, even if you don’t have that device? Well, you can.
Apple recently unveiled the new iPad Pro lineup for 2021 and it looks pretty identical to the outgoing models, at least on the exterior. However, it’s powered by the massively successful M1 chip, and more importantly, the 12.9-inch variant features an all-new Mini-LED panel which Apple calls the Liquid Retina XDR display.
Whenever Apple releases a new product, whether it’s the iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch, they also introduce a bunch of new wallpapers to compliment it. This time around, Apple has made sure the new wallpapers show off the new Liquid Retina XDR display in all its glory. But, if you already have an older iPad Pro, you can replicate the look with these new wallpapers, as we’ve sourced them for you in full resolution. Moreover, you can use these wallpapers on literally any device, whether it’s an Android tablet, Windows PC, or Mac, as they’re basically just image files.
There are a total of 8 new wallpapers that you choose from, including the Light and Dark variants. To get the full version of the image on your iPad or iPhone, simply long-press on the image and choose “Add to Photos” to save it in your photo library. Then, set the image as your wallpaper background easily by pressing the Share button and choose to set the picture as your wallpaper image. If you’re reading this on a computer, just click on the scaled image below to view the full-resolution version and then right-click and save it.
There you go. That’s all of them.
Of these eight new wallpapers, four of them may look very similar to the other four. This is because they are the Dark mode and Light mode variants of the same wallpaper.
You don’t need Apple’s new Liquid Retina XDR display to enjoy these new wallpapers as they look nearly as good on the regular Liquid Retina displays that the current iPad models have. In fact, they may look slightly better on the newer iPhones with Super Retina displays, since OLED is still superior to mini-LED in terms of black levels and contrast ratio.
We’re thankful to 9to5Mac for uncovering all these image files in high resolution.
Which is your favorite wallpaper of the bunch? If you had fun trying out all these wallpaper images, you may also be interested in checking out the massive wallpaper collection that we’ve built over the years.
Let us know your first impressions of these M1 iPad Pro wallpapers and leave your valuable feedback in the comments section down below.