MacOS Monterey includes some snazzy looking default wallpapers of purple-ish abstracted scenery. Looks nice, right? But you don’t have to download or run macOS Monterey beta just to get the default wallpapers, you can just grab the wallpaper images and spruce up your Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, or Windows PC with that Monterey style. Click … Read More
Want the iOS 15 default wallpapers? Do you find the iOS and iPadOS 15 default wallpaper to appeal to you? You can enjoy it now. The default wallpapers for iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 are an abstract blur of colors, available in both dark mode and light mode versions. Whether you have an iOS 15 … Read More
Modern versions of iOS and iPadOS offer widgets to be added to the Home Screen. By allowing widgets to live amongst apps, Apple instantly made them more usable and more important for iPhone and iPad users. It also introduced stacks. Stacks are super widgets that house more than one standard widget. That not only brings … Read More
Like the way some of the default macOS Big Sur wallpapers look? You’re certainly not alone. With each major macOS release every year, Apple quietly adds a bunch of stock wallpapers that compliments the updated user interface. People often switch to these default wallpapers from the custom ones they otherwise use to either show off … Read More
It’s no secret that Apple updates the stock wallpapers with each major software release of iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. This year is no exception in that regard as they have added a bunch of new wallpapers with the recent iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 software updates. Here, we’ll be focusing on the iPadOS 14 wallpapers … Read More
Ever wondered how to change the wallpaper background on iPhone or iPad? If you’re new to the iPhone or iPad ecosystem, one of the early things you may want to learn is how to change the default wallpaper on your device to something else, whether it’s one of the other default options or a photo … Read More
Every year, Apple refreshes the default wallpapers with new system software releases, and iOS 14 includes a bundle of new default wallpapers too that showcase the OS, and they look just as good as you’d expect.
Want to decorate your Mac for Christmas and the holidays? How about putting some blinking Christmas lights and a tree on your Mac desktop? If you’re feeling festive then you’re in luck, because the classic Mac app TreetopLights still works on many Macs (as long as they have 32-bit apps support anyway, sorry Catalina).
Two new gorgeous abstract wallpapers grace the lovely big screen of the all new MacBook Pro 16″, but you don’t have to buy the latest Mac laptop to enjoy these wallpapers yourself. Just check the links below to grab the wallpapers yourself right now. The wallpapers come in an impressively high resolution at 6016 x … Read More
Looking for some new wallpaper for your devices? If you like abstract wallpapers, then these gorgeous acrylic paint abstractions created by Pawel Czerwiński and shared on Unsplash are sure to please. The wallpaper images are available at 6000 x 4000 resolution, making them perfect for nearly any size display. Whether you want to use these … Read More
MacOS Catalina includes a gorgeous set of new wallpapers as the default desktop background, appropriately of Catalina Island in California. But you don’t need to install macOS Catalina 10.15 beta or wait for the public release to enjoy the lovely wallpaper, you can grab the image right now for your desktop enjoyment.
With every new iOS release, Apple includes a variety of new stock wallpapers to show off the latest operating system. iOS 13 beta is no different, and the new wallpapers bundled with iOS 13 and iPadOS are gorgeous as always. But you don’t need to install iOS 13 or iPadOS or wait for iOS 13 … Read More
If you’re looking for a unique Apple-themed screensaver for the Mac, the free third party Brooklyn screen saver offers a fun collection of stylized and fanciful animations of the Apple logo. The animated Apple logos used in the Brooklyn screensaver appear to be based on various Apple logo animations seen during an Apple event from … Read More
Apple routinely utilizes some very nice looking wallpapers as the default options available in iOS and macOS, but it turns out that Microsoft has some great wallpaper selections as well. One such enjoyable wallpaper image comes from the Surface Pro 6, which appears to be an color cloud of paint. While this image may be … Read More
If you like Dark Mode in MacOS, you may appreciate knowing that MacOS Mojave has a secondary secret darker version of the Dark interface theme available with slightly greater contrast, and it’s easy to enable despite being unlabeled and almost entirely hidden in plain sight.
The Microsoft Office suite of apps include distinct visual themes that make those apps easy to identify, for example Microsoft Word on Mac has a dark blue visual theme on the Mac, Excel is green, and Powerpoint is red / orange. If you’d like to change the appearance theme of Microsoft Office apps, including Word, … Read More
Feeling festive? Want to decorate your Mac for the holidays? How would you like to have a lovely falling snow screen saver, some holiday lights blinking around the perimeter of the Mac display, and maybe even some snow falling on the desktop itself? With the help of a handful of utilities, you can get all … Read More
The Mac has many visual animations that draw on screen as you perform various actions throughout the operating system, whether it’s the zooming in and out of opening Mission Control, or sliding between desktops in Spaces, amongst others. These provide for some enjoyable visual eye candy, but some users may find the animations cause motion … Read More