The individual behind the BasicAppleGuy blog has created a series of captivating wallpapers for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max that feature a layout of the internal components of the devices. The concept for these wallpapers was inspired by iFixit‘s teardown wallpapers, which showcase the actual internal components of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
The individual drew inspiration from iFixit‘s teardown wallpapers to create a wallpaper layout that accurately depicts the internal components of the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max and added a splash of color. The final versions of these wallpapers can be viewed on the BasicAppleGuy blog. Additionally, the individual noted that these wallpapers also have a striking appearance on the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini.
The schematics of the iPhone 13 Pro & 13 Pro Max were very, very tediously created inside of Sketch using the iFixit wallpaper as a guide of exactly where to put every single component. Transistor by transistor, screw by screw, these wallpapers slowly came to life over many hours. From there, the projects were imported into Pixelmator to create a variety of stunning variations for your devices. And once the iPhone 13 Pro wallpaper was completed, a second 13 Pro Max project was created from scratch. Although they share many of the same components, the sizes and positioning of the components required a complete rebuild of the project.
Ten different designs have been created: Black, Xray, Sunset, Slate, Neon Blue, M1, Card, Blueprint, Rainbow Bloom, and Rainbow. And as a special treat, I’ve also added three additional designs: 3021, R08135, & DF, which celebrate figures in the community I admire. I plan on creating other color patterns to release over the next few months, with these 11 being the first of many to come.