Apple recently released the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus which had their fair share of criticism. The iPhone 7 looks identical to the iPhone 6S while the iPhone 7 Plus has got a few new features. Apple’s farewell to the 3.5 mm jack brought it under the scrutiny. The new headphones get connected using the lightning connector, which means you cannot charge your phone and listen to the music via headphones at the same time. Both new phones have a new processor named as A10 Fusion, which is now a Quad Core CPU. iPhone 7 has a single shooter at its back and the iPhone 7 Plus has a dual camera setup, which is quite an upgrade over the previous iPhone 6S Plus. Apple has also introduced a new Jet Black color which has already attracted masses. iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will be making their way in three storage options i.e. 32/128/256 GB.
Both new iPhone(s) run on iOS 10, which is Apple’s latest version of the iOS. iOS 10 brings a lot of new goodies for Apple fanboys. Apple has loaded the iOS 10 on the new iPhone(s) with a handful of new wallpapers. Both these new phones are expected to come out in the markets starting from September 16, 2016. It may be hard for the iPhone freaks to wait till then, but there’s a treat available for them. The new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus stock wallpapers have already surfaced on the web and you can get your hands on them.
The iOS 10 stock wallpapers pulled out from the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are available for download in a resolution of 1080 x 1920, 1242 x 2208 and 2048 x 2048 pixels. All the wallpapers are displayed below. A zip file containing all wallpapers is also linked at the bottom. Go ahead and pick up your favorite wallpaper and use it either on your iPhone or Android smartphone. You can also download all the wallpapers from the all-in-one zip file.
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