Posts tagged “wallpaper”.

New iPhone wallpapers posted

January 24th, 2011

iPhone wallpaper - Green Newton

Just for fun, I posted a few new iPhone wallpapers that might interest Apple fans: four wrinkled-paper versions, like the Newton one above.

For those who miss the clickwheel

September 27th, 2010

iPhone wallpaper - iPod

A classic iPod wallpaper for your iPhone.

Batmobile Newton

January 18th, 2010

One of the prototype “Batmobile” Newtons. See the full version here.

The pic got some Gizmodo love yesterday.

And Splorp’s Twitter.]

Grab your Newton desktop wallpaper

December 21st, 2009

'Newt' by Grant Hutchinson

A little Christmas present for you: Grant Hutchinson has created a Newton-ized desktop wallpaper for your computer over at Simple Desktops.

Splorp has posted a few other simple desktops on the site, too – be sure to look for them.

Thanks Grant!

Mac-themed iPhone wallpapers posted

January 27th, 2009

PowerMac Cube G4 iPhone wallpaper

Just a fun heads-up: I created a bunch of Macintosh-inspired iPhone wallpapers over at my Flickr account and on the iPhone Wallpapers Flickr group. I took a bunch of recent Macs, like the G4 Cube above, and paired them with their marketing slogans, or a simple label, all on a clean white background.

Now you can carry around your favorite G3, G4, G5, or Intel Mac around with your iPhone. My iPhone is sporting the PowerMac G4 right now, just because I love the slogan so much.


Newton wallpaper for your iPhone

June 10th, 2008

Click for your own iPhone / Newton wallpaper

Gizmodo is hosting a wallpaper image to use as your iPhone backdrop, a roundabout way to relive Newton glory days.

Gizmodo is pretty harsh on us Newton users:

However, the fact is that the iPhone, while simpler than Newton, it’s an extremely powerful device. Much more than the Newton ever was. Its software is more accessible to normal users than the Newton’s; it runs an extremely fast operating system and, most importantly, it has a phone and built-in Wi-Fi, which is reason enough to make it a better communicator than the Newton. A product for the masses, rather than a niche wonder.

Whatever, Gizmodo. But we do appreciate the iPhone wallpaper. Click the above image to get your own copy.