iOS 10.3.3 Wallpapers for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch

iOS 10.3.3 Wallpapers for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch

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 set of wallpapers comes from the iOS 10.3.3 beta, released to developers earlier this week. The set includes three beautiful wallpapers, seeded by Apple in their second beta. All three images have a uniform coastal water theme, with the photos taken from high above. There has been a little controversy about the fact that Apple included a human element. When you look closely, there is a person sitting, standing, or lounging on the beach or in the water. For download and install instructions, please scroll to the bottom of the post.

iOS 10.3.3 Wallpapers for iPad & iPhone

iOS 10.3.3 Wallpaper - Blue Water Sand
Blue Water Sand
iOS 10.3.3 Wallpaper - Pink Beach
Pink Beach
iOS 10.3.3 Wallpaper - Blue Water Rocks
Blue Water Rocks

iOS 10.3.3 Wallpapers for Apple Watch

iOS 10.3.3 Wallpaper - Blue Water Sand Apple Watch
Blue Water Sand
iOS 10.3.3 Wallpaper - Pink Beach Apple Watch
Pink Beach
iOS 10.3.3 Wallpaper - Blue Water Rocks
Blue Water Rocks

Download Directions for iPhone and iPad

From your device, link to the full resolution image 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), 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.

Download Directions for Apple Watch

From your iPhone, link to the full resolution image 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). Tap “Save image” to save the image to your Photo Library.

After you’ve saved all of the wallpapers you’d like to use, open the Photos app on your iPhone and move the new images to the album you use to share images with you Apple Watch. Now you can go to your Apple Watch, select the new wallpaper as a watch face, and customize it to your heart’s content. If you do download several of the wallpapers and move them to your Watch, you can even set them to rotate between them each time you view your watch face!

  1. Kostner Guyton says:

    I really like these wallpapers, exept for the people in them. Kills the whole minimalist vibe for me.

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