In this guide, we will make you aware of the location of the Aerial Wallpapers on macOS Sonoma. The fourteenth iteration of the OS has brought a slew of noteworthy goodies to the fore, including the likes of interactive widgets, new video conferencing tools, enhancements to Safari, gaming mode, new screen savers, and many more.
If we take about the latter one, then the OS has been blessed with quite a few impressive Aerial Wallpapers. These tend to play on the lock screen with a decreasing speed and slowly transition onto your home screen as soon as you unlock your Mac. These wallpapers are categorized into four different themes, namely Landscape, Cityscape, Underwater, and Earth.
You could either instruct the OS to shuffle between a particular set of themes or shuffle through all these four themes. In this regard, you could carry out all these tweaks via the System Setting> Wallpaper section. However, where exactly are these Aerial Wallpapers located in macOS Sonoma? Let’s find out.
What is the Aerial Wallpapers Location in macOS Sonoma
- Launch Finder, select Macintosh HD from the left, and go to the below location
- All the Aerial Wallpapers will be present there in 4K SDR quality with 240 FPS.
- The size of these files could be anywhere from 250MB all the way up to 1 GB.
That’s it. On that note, we round off this guide regarding the location of the Aerial Wallpapers on macOS Sonoma. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.
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