Well, I suppose it was inevitable. Late last week I wrote a quick post about how I make my iPhone look so much better than yours. Long story short, people constantly email me each time I publish an article with a photo of my iPhone at the top. Why? Because they want the wallpapers I use on my iPhone. So in this post I decided to let people in on the not-so-secret secret of how I make the wallpapers I use.
Needless to say, I’ve received about 175 emails since that article ran from people asking me to send them the wallpapers pictured in the post. Let’s try something different this time…
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First things first: If you’re one of the people who asked for the wallpapers and I haven’t responded to you, sorry about that and here you go.
With that out of the way, I think many people have trouble finding high-quality wallpapers to begin with. There are hundreds, even thousands of places to find beautiful wallpapers online, but that may very well be the problem… where does one begin?
Well, I have a number of different resources but my favorite recent one is a single post on Reddit in the comments section of a thread in the iPhone subreddit. In it, a user shared a link to an album of 300 wallpapers he uses on his iPhone. They’re all high-quality, they’re all free, and you’ll find them by following this link.
Here are a few examples of what you can expect: