How To: Download the New iOS 13 Wallpapers Right Now

Download the New iOS 13 Wallpapers Right Now

We're too excited about iOS 13 and its many shiny new features. System-wide dark mode, new Messages options, and so much more awaits the general public sometime this fall. You don't need to wait until then, however, if you want to test drive one of our favorite iOS 13 features — its wallpapers.

As with most iOS releases, Apple created new wallpapers for their 13th iPhone OS. This year, the theme is light and dark, as each wallpaper changes depending on your iPhone's current light or dark mode status. While you won't be able to take advantage of that dynamic feature running anything earlier than iOS 13, you can download the light and dark wallpapers individually, to essentially achieve the same result.

Want the Real Experience? Download iOS 13 Beta

While you can simply download the iOS 13 wallpapers below, you won't be getting the fully dynamic experience. Plus, you won't get all the new iOS 13 features that come alongside those wallpapers. To do that, you'll need to download the iOS 13 developer beta, released by Apple after WWDC 2019.

The beta is still in an early stage, meaning it's unstable and very buggy. Even Apple cautions all non-developers to wait until July for the release of the first iOS 13 public beta. But if you're feeling brave, you can be among the first to test-drive iOS 13's awesome and exciting features. Follow our guide below to get started today!

Don't Want to Beta Test? Download the Wallpapers Here

We get it, beta testing is complicated and unpredictable. You don't need to worry about missing out, though — we have all eight of Apple's new iOS 13 wallpapers linked here, thanks to 9to5Mac.

If you want full-quality downloads, make sure to check out our MediaFire folder containing the wallpapers. We'll never take this link down, so you can return to it at any time to download any and all of the wallpapers to your own device. We've also uploaded all the wallpapers down below, so you can download them directly from this page if you'd like:

Blue (Light & Dark).
Orange (Light & Dark).
Green (Light & Dark).
Gray (Light & Dark).
Cover image by Jake Peterson/Gadget Hacks, images by 9to5Mac

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