The new macOS Big Sur will also have its own default wallpaper and anyone who wants to can already download it in high resolution to use it immediately and dare to refresh at their Mac’s work desk. We admired it in preview during Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2020 on Monday 22 June will be available as soon as the operating system is publicly released in the autumn, but thanks to the beta made available to developers, anyone wishing to adorn their Mac with the new wallpaper can do so by downloading it from the links that we report below.
The images, published by 9to5Mac, also including those that are used using as a preview background with Safari. So in all there are five Big Sur wallpapers that you can already use as the background of your Mac or, why not, also of iPhone and iPad. In addition to the three dedicated to Safari, there is also the one used by Apple as the background for the announcement of the Big Sur operating system, with a stretch of the coast of the homonymous region of California to which the name chosen for macOS 11 refers .
And there is certainly the pastel-colored background that changes from blue and white to the warmer shades with yellow, orange and red, then changes to purple and back to blue, which Apple used as the background of the iMac from which Craig Federighi and the others showed one of the main novelties of the operating system.
The images, measure 6,016 x 6,016 pixels and are in very high quality: each one weighs around 40-50 MB and even more, so consider whether to download them under Wi-Fi to save your credit data. You can download the five new wallpapers from the following links:
- Click here to download the wallpaper with the Big Sur coast
- Click here to download the pastel colored background
- Click here to download the blue-toned wallpaper used by Apple for Safari
- Click here to download the pink wallpaper used by Apple for Safari
- Click here to download the orange-toned wallpaper used by Apple for Safari