June is Pride Month for the LGBTQ+ community, but you can even support them if you're not. I mean, love is love, friends. But how can you show that you support them? There's a lot of ways, but an easy one is to simply decorate your phone with a snazzy Pride Month wallpaper. Not only do these look good, but others can see you're an ally of the LGBTQ+ community whenever your phone lights up. Here are a few of our favorite Pride Month wallpapers for your iPhone.
Follow the rainbow
AR7 is a popular graphic designer who makes some absolutely stunning wallpapers. This one is designed to match the Pride 2020 Apple Watch face and Pride 2020 Apple Watch band perfectly.
Seamlessly blending in
If you're a fan of color gradients, then AR7 also has you covered. This second version of the Apple Watch Face Pride 2020 wallpaper goes for a vertical gradient instead of vertical stripes, and the rainbow colors transition into each other seamlessly.
This third version of AR7's Apple Watch Face Pride 2020 has the rainbow colors in a gradient again, but they're coming from the center. Think of it like a color wheel. It's definitely one of my personal favorites.
Pride of the lifestyle
This simple little wallpaper features a cream beige background with a subtle Apple logo. You have various LGBTQ pairings and people going about various activities together.
Minimal but powerful
For those who want something minimal and subtle, this wallpaper could do the trick. It is a simple white background with six colored dots, one for each color in the rainbow. Nothing more, nothing less.
This simple little wallpaper features an off-white background with a repeating pattern of a simple Pride flag. To make things even cooler, you can check out Gocase for other iPhone cases that come with matching wallpapers!
An oldie but goodie
If you still have the Pride 2018 band for your Apple Watch, then this wallpaper goes with it perfectly! It features a deep black background with six thin stripes for each color in the rainbow, and each on gradually fades out to the black. It's minimalist and sleek.
Pride is bright, grab your shades
This one is unique and sure to stand out from the crowd. The background has a rainbow gradient geometric pattern, and in the center is a pair of sunglasses with a dripping rainbow design. It's pretty minimal, but makes a statement at the same time.
Show your stripes
The Iconfactory is well known for its amazing design work with apps like Twitterrific, so it's no surprise that they have great wallpapers too. This one is from 2019, but it's still beautiful. Designed by Corey Marion, it features a dark gray background with chunky rainbow stripes going diagonally from bottom left to top right on the screen. The stripes are bold and vibrant, ensuring that you're making a statement. If you enjoy The Iconfactory, then it's well worth subscribing to their monthly Patreon for even more gorgeous wallpapers (and other goods) on a weekly basis!
Apple and Pride together as one
Of course, if you're looking for Pride Month wallpapers for your iPhone, why not add a touch of Apple to it? This wallpaper features Apple's original rainbow colors in the background, with a white Apple logo in the center of the four-color stripe. It's a good wallpaper that can double for Pride and your love of Apple at the same time.
Love is love
These are some of our favorite Pride Month wallpapers that we've found online for your iPhone. Do you have any of your own personal favorites? Share them in the comments! And remember, love is love, folks.
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Christine Romero-Chan was formerly a Senior Editor for iMore. She has been writing about technology, specifically Apple, for over a decade at a variety of websites. She is currently part of the Digital Trends team, and has been using Apple’s smartphone since the original iPhone back in 2007. While her main speciality is the iPhone, she also covers Apple Watch, iPad, and Mac when needed.
When she isn’t writing about Apple, Christine can often be found at Disneyland in Anaheim, California, as she is a passholder and obsessed with all things Disney, especially Star Wars. Christine also enjoys coffee, food, photography, mechanical keyboards, and spending as much time with her new daughter as possible.
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