Apple unveiled the iPhone X-like redesign of its iPad Pro line Tuesday, Oct. 30. Among the many new changes to the company's famous tablet was a glimpse at its new wallpapers. These images, while clearly intended to take advantage of the new iPad's striking screen ratio, are clearly well suited for any iPhone as well. That's why we've made it easy for you to download them all.
Thanks to 9to5Mac, we have access to all the new wallpapers Apple plans to ship with new iPad Pros. You can download one, two, or all of the new images. Just remember — the wallpapers are designed to fit the aspect ratio of the new iPads (2388 x 1668 and 2732 x 2048), so you won't be able to fit the entire image on your iPhone's display (even with the giant 2688 x 1242 screen on the iPhone XS Max).
Of course, you can use these wallpapers on any device you may own, whether it's an iPhone, iPad, or Android phone or tablet — all of the devices will look great with these new wallpapers. They'd even make good desktop backgrounds for your laptop.
To download and use any and all of the new wallpapers on your device, just follow use our MediaFire link. There, you'll have access to the eight new wallpapers. Tap the download button next to the ones you like, then use the share sheet to "Save Image." Pick whichever you'd like, and, if need be, return to the page whenever you'd like — we won't take this link down, so you can come back at any time.
- Download Link: New iPad Pro Wallpapers
These aren't the only iPad Pro-exclusive wallpapers, of course, just the newest. While it's unclear if Apple will drop any of its previous wallpapers to make room for these eight, there are plenty of other high-res wallpapers for you to check out and download.
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