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A quick explanation of macOS Montereys background picture

What is it, exactly?

macOS 12 Monterey Desktop Wallpaper

If you’re like me, you probably also were wondering why macOS Monterey did not come with a classic nature desktop wallpaper, but rather an abstract picture featuring some “hills” in varying shades of purple and pink. What should they represent?

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Raffael Hüberli

Raffael Hüberli

A swiss enthusiast for tech, sports, writing and more. Either you find me throwing a football, skiing down a mountain or sitting in front of my computer.

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