Colorware Is Selling A Limited Edition iPhone 7 Plus Retro Model
Luxury-edition smartphones are no longer new news to people. The market has seen phones made of gold, cases made of expensive metals and more. These merchandises spark quite the interest of special edition smartphone enthusiasts, who would most likely likewise adore Colorware's new product - the iPhone 7 Plus Retro.
Colorware Brings In An iPhone 7 Plus With Macintosh's Look
Colorware is one of the well-known companies who does custom paint jobs on electronics. Now, the company has announced its newest custom product which is simply called the iPhone 7 Plus Retro. As per GSM Arena, this iPhone sports the retro 1984 Macintosh look that Apple rocked decades ago. Basically, this iPhone 7 Plus-look is composed of a complete beige color coating and an accent of dark stripes on the sides. The Apple logo then comes with a twist in the form of a rainbow color. On the front, the Colorware iPhone 7 Plus Retro is colored black.
Colorware iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition Price And Availability
Needless to say, this special edition iPhone is quite expensive. Although it does come with 256 GB storage and is carrier unlocked, it's still pretty pricey at $1899. Additionally, this iPhone 7 Plus model is limited, with only the first 25 having a number of authenticity. As for the iPhone 7 Plus Retro's inclusion, Colorware said that the purchase comes with Apple Earpods with remote and mic alongside a Lightning to USB cable. There's also a USB Power Adapter and Documentation. The company also offers warranty for the product.
Apple iPhone 7 Plus Recap
For those unaware, the iPhone 7 Plus is Apple's best iPhone so far. It comes with a dual rear camera, fast A10 chipset and a bigger 2900 mAh battery. One of the major upgrades that Apple brought in the iPhone 7 Plus is its waterproof body. As claimed, the iPhone 7 Plus is IP67 certified to be dust and water resistant.
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