Pixelart meets a legend of aviation at night: The YF-23 Gray Ghost.
The image should be compatible on all iOS and Android phones.
Technical data of the Wallpaper
- Resolution: 1280x2772px
- Format: JPEG
- Filesize: 123 Kb
- Compatibility: The image should be compatible on all iOS and Android phones.
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Changing your iPhone’s wallpaper is pretty easy and there’s more than one way to do it.
- Go to Settings on your iPhone.
- Tap Wallpaper.
- Tap Choose New Wallpaper.
- Choose an image. Newer iPhones include stock wallpaper that moves as well as regular still Dynamic, Stills, Live or one of your photos. New stock wallpaper often comes with OS updates.
- Once you choose an image, you can adjust it to fit the screen how you like.
- You can choose where you want the wallpaper to appear as well – home screen, lock screen or both.
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The Northrop/McDonnell Douglas YF-23 is an American single-seat, twin-engine stealth fighter aircraft technology demonstrator designed for the United States Air Force (USAF). The design was a finalist in the USAF’s Advanced Tactical Fighter (ATF) competition, battling the Lockheed YF-22 for a production contract. Two YF-23 prototypes were built, nicknamed “Black Widow II” and “Gray Ghost”.
In the 1980s, the USAF began looking for a replacement for its fighter aircraft, especially to counter the USSR’s advanced Sukhoi Su-27 and Mikoyan MiG-29. Several companies submitted design proposals; the USAF selected proposals from Northrop and Lockheed. Northrop teamed with McDonnell Douglas to develop the YF-23, while Lockheed, Boeing and General Dynamics developed the YF-22.
The YF-23 was stealthier and faster, but less agile than its competitor. After a four-year development and evaluation process, the YF-22 was announced the winner in 1991 and entered production as the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor. The U.S. Navy considered using the production version of the ATF as the basis for a replacement to the F-14, but these plans were later canceled. The two YF-23 prototypes were museum exhibits as of 2010.