Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Exclusive iPhone Wallpapers
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Episode VII) will continue the epic saga 30 years after the victory against Darth Vader in “Return of the Jedi” from 1983. It is the seventh installment in the series and will reach North America on its release date by December 18th, whereas European cinemagoers might even be able to enjoy this future classic a day earlier. To ease the pain of waiting on “The Force Awakens”, we have procured a number of beautiful wallpapers to enjoy on your iPhone in the meantime.
Hint: Scroll down to make your pick and download one of these awesome Star Wars wallpapers, then continue with the guide section if you need any help with setting it up.
How to set up your Star Wars Wallpaper on iPhone
Open up the “Settings” app on your iPhone and select the “Wallpaper” option from the list. Now tap “Choose a New Wallpaper” and scroll down slightly to select the “Camera Roll” as the source for your new Star Wars wallpaper.
You will be asked to pick whether you prefer to set the wallpaper as a “Still”, or in “Perspective” mode. The latter gives us the well-known parallax effect and shifts the wallpaper around in accordance with movements registered by the accelerometer. This makes your wallpaper appear as if it were three-dimensional. We prefer “Perspective” mode and think it fits the Star Wars theme pretty well, but pick whichever you like!
To adjust the image section that is displayed on your Lock Screen or Home Screen, simply pinch to zoom or shift the image around using a single finger.
Tap “Set” when ready. Then select either “Set Lock Screen” or “Set Home Screen” or “Set Both” for the destination. Your iPhone allows you to set backgrounds for these two locations individually, or in accordance with one another.
Star Wars: Episode VII – Wallpaper
The following 9 backgrounds were taken from iDeviceArt, which provides its users with stylish and beautiful wallpapers for the iPhone and iPad. Note: We did not create any of the images below.
Tap your preferred wallpaper(s) on this page to open them in full view, then tap and hold the image to save it to your Camera Roll.
Hint: We recommend opening this page on your iPhone or iPad, in order to be able to save the images directly to your “Photos” app. This will make the above guide of setting it as your wallpaper much easier.