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macOS Sequoia Includes Wallpaper With Classic Mac Graphics

macOS Sequoia features a fun new Macintosh dynamic wallpaper and screensaver combination that highlights classic Mac icons. Basic Apple Guy shared some high-resolution screenshots of the new wallpaper, which can be used on other Apple devices.

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On the device, the Macintosh wallpaper animates and moves through different retro graphics, with color options including Spectrum, Accent, Blue, Red, Purple, Yellow, Dark Gray, Gray, Green, Orange and Random.

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Macintosh isn’t the only new ‌macOS Sequoia‌ wallpaper, with Apple also adding “Helios,” which is featured in ‌macOS Sequoia‌ marketing materials and Apple images. Helios comes alive with a gradient design.

To see the wallpapers in all their glory, ‌macOS Sequoia‌ is required. The operating system update is available to developers now, with a public release planned for fall.

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