It’s Halloween day and you probably have your house decorated by now. Don’t forget to tune up your iPhone for Halloween too! The easiest way to do it is to temporary change your wallpaper with a spooky-themed one from the selection available below. Go down the funny line and impress your kids or pick one of the spooky backgrounds to scare your partner.
Best Halloween Wallpapers For iPhone
To grab the backgrounds listed below to your iPhone, you have to tap on the thumbnail to open up the wallpaper in full-screen. Next, long-press it and tap on the ‘Add to Photos’ option. This will download the image to the Photos app on your iOS device. Procedure is similar for Android and other smartphones.
Funny Halloween Wallpapers
Spooky Halloween Wallpapers
Happy Halloween Wallpapers
Haunted House Wallpapers
Pumpkin Halloween Wallpapers
How To Set Halloween Wallpaper On iPhone
- 1. Open Photos on your iOS or iPadOS device.
- 2. Browse for the recently downloaded wallpaper.
- 3. Tap the Share icon, bottom-left corner of the screen.
- 4. Scroll for ‘Use as Wallpaper‘.
- 5. Tap on Set. Select ‘Set Both‘ and that’s it!
iPhone 12 Pro Wallpapers
You might also want to check the default iPhone 12 wallpapers. They are pretty ‘dark’ and some depict alien faces and pyramids in the design. This should qualify them for the Halloween theme. You can download them here.
Tip: The iPhone 12 wallpapers aren’t too bad either! Especially, the RED one could be a good fit!
Bonus Tip: Add Mask To Memoji
If you’re a fan of Memojis, you might not know that in iOS 14 you can add a mask to your Memoji. While this feature has been added to cope with the pandemic times that we’re living in, the Memoji masks might be also a good fit for Halloween. You can choose between two mask styles and even better you can change the mask color. Make it black, red or orange to get into the Halloween groove. Extended tutorial available here.
How To: Open Messages and open an existing conversation. Tap on Memoji in the bottom iMessage app scrubber. Tap the three-dots, bottom-left corner and select Edit. Swipe all the way to the Headwear section and scroll until you reach Face Covering. Select the mask, adjust the color and you’re ready to spook!
How do you plan to celebrate Halloween in 2020? Let us know using the comments section available below.
Related: You might also be interested in the new macOS Big Sur wallpapers!