Apple has delivered each new form of macOS/OS X with another default wallpaper. These wallpapers are normally based around the final name of that macOS discharge. While macOS Mojave and Catalina transport with high-resolution wallpapers that can be used on a 5K show, wallpapers in more seasoned Mac discharges are of moderately low resolution meaning regardless of whether you get your hands on them, you can’t use them.
Originator @forgottentowel and the people over at 512Pixels have gathered all the default macOS wallpapers starting right from OS X 10.0 Cheetah. All the wallpapers have been upscaled to 5K meaning you can use them on almost any screen out there with no quality issues. Do take note that the 5K resolution is marginally lower than the Pro Display XDR’s 6K resolution. While you will have the option to use these wallpapers on the Pro Display XDR too, the quality probably won’t be sufficient. You can likewise use these wallpapers on your Windows-based PC.
Apple used a similar default wallpaper in OS X Cheetah and Puma. Actually, up until OS X 10.4 Tiger, the organization used a marginally modified rendition of a similar Aqua wallpaper. With OS X 10.5 Leopard, the organization introduced another default wallpaper which it marginally tweaked for OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
Starting with OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Apple changed to another UI, naming plan, and another ‘mountain’ subject for the wallpapers. This continued up until the arrival of macOS 10.14 Mojave which additionally started the pattern of Apple including numerous variants of the default wallpaper to coordinate the framework wide Dark topic.
You can download all the default OS X/macOS Wallpapers in 5K resolution from here.