With the craziness of teardown season behind us, our technical writing crew has settled into writing guides for the latest crop of gizmos. And that means even more awesome photos for you! This time around, we’re bringing you internal wallpaper pics for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Like last year’s set, these backgrounds are compatible with iPhone’s Perspective to simulate a parallax effect. (Note: this feature won’t work if you’ve enabled “Reduce Motion” within your Accessibility settings.)
For best results, navigate to this blog post on your phone and follow the image link to the wallpaper for your 6s or 6s Plus. Then, simply Force Click or long press the photo and select “Save image.” You can set the wallpaper from “Wallpapers & Brightness” in your phone’s Settings—“Choose a New Wallpaper” lists your recent photos, including downloads. Be sure to select “Perspective” zoom, as “Still” zoom could give you some annoying added whitespace around the sides of your photo.
Click the photos below for the full resolution image.
iPhone 6s, cropped:
(1330 × 2377)
iPhone 6s Plus, cropped:
(1588 × 2824)
Alternatively, if you’d like un-cropped shots of the whole phone, we have those as well for both the 6s and 6s Plus.
iPhone 6s, un-cropped:
(1080 × 1929)
iPhone 6s Plus, un-cropped:
(1894 × 3391)
No 6s? No problem! We’re firm proponents of legacy support, so you can still find wallpapers for your iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, as well as the 5s/5c and iPhone 5 on our blog.
Now, enjoy your X-ray vision.