Apple in macOS Big Sur 11.3 presented a series of colorful wallpapers that are created particularly for the M1 iMac, but you can uncover them and download them on any Mac with a couple of quick instructions.
These are the wallpapers that have actually been utilized in Apples marketing materials for the 24-inch iMac, with different colored lines and patterns readily available for each iMac color. To get to these wallpapers, follow these actions:
Open the System Preferences app.
Click on Desktop & & Screen Saver.
Double click on “Desktop Pictures” on the left side to open the Desktop Pictures folder.
Click into this folder when it opens up (alternatively, go to System > > Library > > Desktop Pictures).
Scroll down to find the images labeled “Hello.”.
Drag the image that you want to utilize onto your desktop.
Click on an image and select “Set Desktop Picture” or pick the image from the Desktop & & Screensaver user interface.
I just discovered out that Apple included the new iMac wallpapers in macOS Big Sur 11.3.1? I dont keep in mind seeing them in 11.3?
Anyhow, theyre hidden so you need to double-click on “Desktop Pictures” in System Preferences.
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— Mario Guzman (@MarioGuzman) May 6, 2021. These brand-new wallpapers will be available by default on new iMacs, which are set to start arriving to clients in the second half of May, beginning on May 21.
To get these images, you require to be running macOS Big Sur 11.3 or later on, and it appears that they may not be available in the macOS Big Sur 11.4 beta. Apple has also launched a new “Hello” screensaver for the iMacs, which you can also get from any Mac running macOS Big Sur 11.3.
I havent seen this on Twitter? Did I miss this?