A retro iPhone 7 plus inspired by the vintage Apple Macintosh has just been launched

Posted on Sep 29 2017 - 7:24pm by David Gregorio

Minnesota-based gadget organisation Colorware released a limited edition iPhone 7 on that functions a repainted cowl in 1980’s beige, complete with darker stripes supposed to resemble the vents on older computer systems. The monochrome Apple emblem at the returned is also replaced with one in classic and iconic rainbow stripes.

Apart from a custom paint job, Colorware also intends to assign a particular number to the first 25 iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition units. In the past, Colorware has done a similar vintage Mac paint jobs and sold limited units of MacBook Air, iMac, MacBook, and iPhone 6s.

ColorWare said that the model goes through a “labor intensive process of disassembly, cleaning, masking, painting and inspection.” It would then be buffed and reassembled, and it will go through a final inspection and is packaged into its original packaging.



In case you are one truely large Apple fan, this new model is just what you want, however you may need to do it speedy because Colorware will most effective be producing a restrained variety of the stated iPhone 7 Plus retro edition devices. Like anticipated, the cellphone is pretty costly, coming in at a whopping $1899, twice as a great deal as the excessive-quit 256GB variation of the usual iPhone 7 Plus, which prices $969.

The retro iPhone 7 Plus comes with ear pods, USB power adopter, lightning to USB cable, and manuals.

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