- Nov 11, 2019
Of course you know Apple has not used that color scheme in their logo for 30 years.
You would just think that for the richest company in the world, with thousands of employees, they could come it with more variety and innovative wall paper. The rainbow ones all pretty much look alike, not much diversity there.
How about some that support cancer, or alzheimers... could be some cool image of brain cells. It just feels that Apple supports one thing. I could think of a bunch of marginalized groups or causes, or just interesting designs. Lets face it, what we think or may not think the rainbow wall paper stands for, it's kind of a boring design.
I don’t think a hardware company needs to spend too much time making wallpapers. I feel like everyone is spending way too much time complaining about a design that has the dual significance of company history and representation for a marginalised group.
Why do they need to show visual support for diseases to support people who were born the way they were born? Are you suggesting LGBTQ+ people are diseased? Do you have other requirements before Apple dares show more support for the LGBTQ+ community? What is the full list of things they should have to do before you stop taking issue with a quick rainbow graphic that they don’t force you to use?