Download WWDC 2022 inspired wallpapers for your iPhone

With only two weeks left until WWDC 2022, Apple on Tuesday confirm table for its annual developer conference with the opening keynote on June 6. The company also shared a great photo to promote the event, and now you can use it as a wallpaper on your iPhone.

Since 2020, Apple Memojis have been used to promote WWDC. Both the 2020 and 2021 event artworks had Memojis looking at the MacBook screen. But this time around, the featured WWDC 2022 photo shows the silhouette of five different Memojis, each with different colors: red, yellow, green, blue, and purple.

Of course, these artworks don’t mean much when it comes to revealing what Apple will present during the event. However, it is ambiguous enough to make users create theories about it.

Twitter user @ AR72014 Created special iPhone wallpapers based on WWDC 2022 marketing images. There are two different versions of the wallpapers, one with the WWDC logo and one without it. Each has an image optimized for older iPhones and one for iPhone X and later.

You can download wallpapers by access This shared folder is on Google Drive.

WWDC 2022 schedule

Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2022 kicks off Monday, June 6, with an opening keynote as Apple will reveal the next major updates to its operating systems – iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS.

Also on Monday, the company will present Platforms State of the Union with an in-depth look at new technologies for developers, and the traditional Apple Design Awards. The event runs through June 10 with multiple sessions to help developers learn more about what’s new in Apple’s operating systems.

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Although the keyword and sessions will be pre-recorded and streamed online, Apple has invited a small number of developers to Special event on June 6 at Apple Park. More details about WWDC 2022 can be found at Apple website.

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