We’ve already seen them rip open the iPad Air and more recently the even thinner iPad Air 2, and by going somewhere no ordinary iPad owner would ever dream of going, iFixi has shared high-resolution wallpapers of what exists underneath the surface of our displays.

Below you can view and download wallpapers of the internals of iPad Air with LTE (1), the iPad Air with WiFi-only (2), the iPad Air with LTE zoomed back to reveal more (3), and the iPad Air with WiFi-only zoomed back to reveal more (4).

iFixit recommends disabling parallax (Settings>General>Accessibility>Reduce Motion>On) and pinching out a bit when setting your wallpaper, but the end result should give you an inside look at your iPad Air’s internals behind your app icons as if the LCD screen was completely see through.

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