Apple just wrapped up its annual WWDC convention which was focused only on software announcements this year, that means that many of us are still eagerly waiting for the announcement of new MacBook 2016 models, though rumors exist, nobody is for certain about the new hardware in these MacBooks as of yet. At WWDC 2016 Apple made several announcements related to the new iOS 10, updates to Siri, Apple Music improvements, and so much of everything else. It was a packed convention which once again reassured Apple users that the company is focused on futuristic growth, and developers were in particular rewarded with the news that those who’ve sustained app subscribers for over a year are going to be getting a bigger pay cut, as Apple gives away some of its own revenue share percentage, once more encouraging and implying to developers that Apple is the place to be for app development.
There were also reports, earlier in the year, that Apple’s growth has finally reached a point of peak performance, and is beginning to slow down. And not that anyone is surprised, apart from new iPhone releases, Apple hasn’t made that many new improvements around its range of products, those iPads are hardly hitting the market as per expectations, and perhaps new updates to iMac and MackBook are going to change things for better, though while anxious investors and growth marketers are pointing the finger towards the downwards curve, some analysts are predicting that by the time iPhone 8 comes out, things will have changed for the better.
It’s anyone’s guess for what is to happen with Apple’s business growth, but for now we’d like to switch gears in this introduction and inform you about the content we’ve come up with today. The following vectors are all related to Apple products. Think iPhone vectors, and iMac vectors. Think iPad and the Mac Mini. We tried to diversify the collection so it finds use more scenarios than one, and we encourage graphic designers to share with us your own freebies to download. The vectors you’re about to download are universally applicable to any design situation where you’re trying to portray or convey the image of Apple products.
iPhone Size Comparison
Whether your job is to fix iPhone’s for a living, or you’re a graphic designer doing mobile design work for a client, having a comparison chart between the sizes of different iPhone devices will always come in handy, just at the right time. This simple comparison chart shows you the latest generation phone, the generation before, and the one before that. They’re transparent vectors so you can actually edit them and give them some color and life if necessary, otherwise just use them in prototyping concepts to show to your clients.
iPhone Comparison Vector
And in this comparison vector you also get three generations of iPhone devices, though the sizes in inches aren’t mentioned, and the outlines are also colored black to resemble the actual live iPhone device. The use for these iPhone vectors would be pretty much the same, since you can edit them yourself you could put the picture of your rendered mobile website within each of the devices and use it as a way to show the mobile website preview to a client.
iPhone Illustration Vector
These iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 illustration vectors are as real as they come. Without the eye of a professional graphic designer, you couldn’t tell the difference between these being real or fake. Slightly more modified, these concepts have all of the original iPhone colors added to them, and a little bit of user interface like the wireless signal, battery life, and what time it is at both the header navigation, and the main position on the screen. You can put these into official videos, use as marketing props, or even use them for selling your iPhone gadgets like phone covers. Take the vector, and apply your phone cover illustration to show what the cover would look like from the front.
Colorful iPhone Covers
Speaking of covers, how about some colorful iPhone vectors to show the kind of cover availability you have from your business? Three individually colored iPhone vectors: red, green, and yellow. They feature graphics animated user interfaces, and will adapt to your custom color customization needs. If you’re for example selling plain phone protective covers, then you probably don’t need much more than just the color groups to showcase on the phones. Keep going through the list to find vectors that show the back of the phone as well.
Vector Icons for Apple Products
Although released more than 5 years ago, these Apple product vector icons are still usable, and useful in many situations. This is thanks to the fact that Apple doesn’t change its design patterns so often, and for the last decade the design consistency has remained the same. You got icons of a large range of Apple products, including webcams, iPods, apple smart mouses, many variations of the iMac screens, and different releases of the MacBook series computers. Also includes some external hard drive icons, and a tiny iPhone icon too.
Hand Drawn Apple Computer Vectors
Four generations of the Apple computer in hand drawn vectors, it must be Christmas already! These hand drawn Apple computers will suit a design that’s leaning towards hipster style, but also retro designs. We can even imagine these being used on modern designs as actual icons for your Apple services. The detail to the overall outline of each product is remarkable, and with some bit of illustrator editing you could even overlay these with custom colors.
Realistic MacBook Pro
The MacBook series computers are some of the most powerful laptop computers for anyone interested in video editing, web development, and long-term practical use of a computer. The investment of an upwards of thousands of dollars is instantly justified by the smoothness of performance, long lasting battery life, and an incredibly flexible user interface. Remember that vectors are actual graphic designs, so when someone says their work is realistic, what they mean is that they put in countless hours of work to achieve pixel perfect design. You can use this vector in multiple use cases, such as reselling Apple products, creating guidebooks of internal affairs in your company, or by throwing your website picture up on the screen of the vector and using it to showcase work for clients.
Apple iPad 2 Vector
The iPad, the wonder of technological creation that continues to change the landscape of computer adaptation for older and newer generations alike. The iPad enables anyone to have a pocket computer capable of some computing power in their pockets, wherever they go. You can watch movies, play games, write stories, and use the webcam to live chat. The uses for iPad don’t necessarily exceed those of an iPhone, but the screen size is definitely bigger which makes it convenient for writers to use on the road, or for readers to use to read books while they’re travelling; through iPad can’t beat Kindle in this regard. The vector you’re downloading here provides three individual screens, the front of the iPad, the back, and the side view. It’s an elegant execution of this fragile design, and it’s up to you to decide what the best use case it is going to deliver in your own requirements schedule.
The Magic Trackpad is Apple’s way of saying that they are on top of the touch game, and know how to adapt touch products to their existing line of products. Four force sensors underneath the trackpad surface allow you to click anywhere, and detect subtle differences in the amount of pressure you apply, bringing increased functionality to your fingertips and enabling a deeper connection to your content. The trackpad automatically synchronizes with your existing Apple devices and is ready to use from the moment you plug it in. The use case in this situation would be to use this vector to create tutorials based on Trackpad knowledge.
Apple Keyboard Vector
The Apple keyboard is a work of art, truly. At first it seems like a difficult thing to master, when I got my MacBook I wasn’t sure I would be able to get used to the interesting keyboard layout, but few days later I realized just how smooth the user experience is, and never looked back. Apple’s keyboards are known for having incredibly sophisticated ways of creating shortcuts that accelerate the speed of any application that you’re working with, in particular for developers and media artists. Use this Apple keyboard vector to talk about your own shortcuts, and highlight them individually using the provided keyboard layer.
OSX Finder Dock Icons
The Mac OS X Finder tool is one of the best searching functions that I’ve seen in any operating system. Not to mention the actual Mac Application Dock which makes accessing your apps a breeze. If you’re writing up tutorials or doing demo slideshows for Apple computer’s capabilities, these would be nice icons to use to show some of the aspects of what you’ve learned. Includes the Finder navigation bar, the finder search interface, an icon of the computer hardware, and dock items that show the Finder inside of them.
Apple iPad Vector
Here is another iPad vector, the model this illustration was made is the one that doesn’t have 3G support. The illustration has ended up to be really glossy, to truly reflect the spark that all Apple products carry, and don’t be surprised if you show your design to someone and they ask where did you get that iPad from. Truly realistic illustration.
Apple iMac 27 Inch
The iMac’s have changed the environment of business offices all over the place. The iMac is a highly considered solution when it comes to implementing office-wide computer devices for technology startups, but also outside of technology. That is because the iMac is reliable, it has an amazing screen size, and it delivers that sustained Apple performance that everyone is already familiar with. It depends on what your use purpose is, but this vector could find use in your guidebooks for new workers, or if you’re looking to promote Apple products yourself.
Apple Mac Mini Vector
Mac Mini is a mini computer that’s supported by all the existing Apple technology you already know, the Mac technology. You get a tiny computer (20 square cm), and you can plug in your own computer screen, and accessories like the keyboard and the mouse. That’s it. You’ve got a tiny computer that you could possibly carry with you anywhere you go. You’ll find plentiful of tutorials on the internet showing how the Mac Mini can be made to work with iPad’s and other portable devices. And the vector is handy to talk about the Mac Mini experience you’ve had yourself.
Apple Vector Logo
We couldn’t go talking about Apple product vector graphics without including some sort of logo variations, so here’s the first one. A traditional Apple Logo vector with an added Apple text logo, both objects designed in accordance to the official metrics of Apple graphic designs.
Shiny Apple Logo
If old-school colors don’t appeal to you, perhaps a little bit of shine will. This glossy and smooth shiny logo of Apple is bound to find a place in your graphic designs. Use it for a temporary favicon or a logo, plug it into your Apple product demos, or use within slideshows. Let creativity run wild and free.
Apple Devices Vector
The iPhone, the Macintosh, the iMac, and the old-school Mac computers. These icons themselves remind us of the nostalgia that these computers once carried, and surely still do for those who are privileged enough to still have a hold of one of these devices, stories tell us that in a few years time they all are going to sell for big dollars as the supply keeps surpassing the demand. Go on eBay and find out how much one of the old Mac computer is going to cost you, it’s the proof of what Apple has become.
iPhone 6 Flat Vector
The iPhone 6 is the latest installment of iPhone devices, and with iPhone 7 just around the corner, developers are still actively pursuing to build new apps and games for the device. Vector comes with two different screens, one has a black background, and one has the animated user interface of an Apple device. Both can be used to show website designs, to promote apps or products, or to preview demos of your apps within a simple vector image. Actually, quite a few app developers have embraced the concept of using an vector on their homepage and putting the app content within the factor to make the user experience more meaningful.
Entertaining Apple Logo Vector
An interesting approach to Apple logo’s, one vector is the full apple, the other one is the original Apple logo, and the third one is an apple that has been eaten from both sides. I guess that justifies the word enteraining. Regardless, put these to use as you see fit.
Apple AirPort Extreme Vector
Tired of old and outdated WiFi modems? AirPort Express could be a lifesaver, this custom tailored to Apple products modem can get your Apple devices up and running on your DSL network quicker than it takes you to brew up a cup of tea. It’s lightning fast, and is surprisingly affordable. Use the vector in your own projects where you’re teaching about the use of AirPort, or promote your services with a flyer.
Vector Set of Multimedia Devices
A nice and colorful set of vectors that depect the most popular Apple creations in the past decade. Includes iPhone, iMac, MacBook, iPod, and iPad vectors that are ready to be plugged into your design artworks.
Steve Jobs Vector
This list of vector graphics of Apple products wouldn’t be complete without the inclusion of the Apple God himself, Steve Jobs. Use this sketched vector as you find appropriate. Flawless execution and all done in illustrator.