Want to get a small taste of OS X Mountain Lion on the device of your choice right now as opposed to waiting for “late summer 2012” for the software to release? There’s a … wallpaper? … for that.
While a taste of Mountain Lion already hit the Internet yesterday with the release of the public beta of Messages, what about those folks who can’t run the new app? Should they be left out in the cold of getting some Mountain Lion love on their systems? Well, now any device with a screen can get in on the fun as the default blue galaxy wallpaper that will come with the next iteration of OS X has hit the Internet.
Hongkiat has posted up the blue galaxy image in sizes ranging from 640 x 960 (iPhone-sized) to the original 3200 x 2000. Now you can go ahead and enjoy the new image, or have some fun fooling your other Mac loving friends when they come by your pad. (Of course, it’ll take them about two seconds to realize you aren’t actually running Mountain Lion if you let them touch your system, so make sure to keep them a good distance away.)