Wallpaper Weekends: Abstract iPhone Wallpapers

Posted in iPhone on 09/03/2018 by Chris Hauk


Wallpaper Weekends is a series that works to bring you stunning, high-quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple Watch. This week, we take an abstract approach with this assortment of abstract iPhone wallpapers.

“A picture is worth a thousand words, but the way I paint I’m going to need to contact an editor. Even if I were to abstractly paint the phrase “I love you,” it would be the visual equivalent of Joyce’s Ulysses.”
– James Lee Schmidt

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 1

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 2

“This life we all receive is full of invisible boundaries and abstract values.”
― K. Conley, Chloroform Nightmares

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 3

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 4

“The causal, abstract, binary, holistic, and reductionist functions of the human brain all help you to process the enormous amount of information coming into our brain from the external world every day.”
― Abhijit Naskar

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 5

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 6

“I would put myself in the attitude to look in the eye an abstract truth, and I cannot. I blench and withdraw on this side and on that. I seem to know what he meant who said, No man can see God face to face and live.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 7

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 8

“The certainty of mathematics depends on its complete abstract generality.”
― Alfred North Whitehead, Science and the Modern World

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 9

Abstract iPhone Wallpapers 10

Download Directions for Your iPhone

From your device, link to the full resolution image of any of these abstract iPhone wallpapers simply by tapping the individual images. When the new window opens, tap the Safari Extensions icon in the bottom area of your browser, (it looks like a box with an up arrow sticking out of it, you’ll recognize it), and tap “Save image” to save the image to your Photo Library.

From your desktop computer, link to the full resolution image by clicking the image. Right-click and save the image to your iTunes photo sync folder.


Chris Hauk

MacTrast Senior Editor, and self-described "magnificent bastard," Chris Hauk owns Phoenix Rising Services and writes for everyone's favorite "bad movie" website, Big Bad Drive-In.

His first Apple product was an iPod Classic 9 years ago, and he has since added a MacBook Pro, a number of iPads, iPhones, and multiple Apple TVs to his collection.

He lives somewhere in the deep Southern part of America. Yes, he has to pump in both sunshine and the Internet.