This week Apple submitted new blueprints to the City of Cupertino, which included some changes to the original plans with its “Spaceship” Campus 2. The submission included updated renderings that you can now use as wallpapers.
With Apple’s updated Campus 2 submission to the City of Cupertino, I thought it’d be a great idea to turn those nice renderings into wallpapers for our readers.
Sadly, the images are not exactly Retina-grade quality, but they do make for nice desktop wallpapers nonetheless — especially the flyover view of the "spaceship" rendering (displayed above).
You can use the images as wallpapers for your desktop Mac, MacBook, even iPad and iPhone. iOS has that handy preview feature which lets you resize and crop an image before you set it as your background image, so you can choose whichever area you like best and fit it to your Home screen.
Grab the wallpapers at the links below. The “spaceship” rendering is available in two different resolutions (1920x1080 and 1680x1050).