Just in time for spring, Apple drops a new color for the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus.
Apple’s new yellow color for the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus serves as a reminder that spring is just around the horizon. Apple released a new color for the iPhone in March, as it has done for the previous few years. We obtained the purple iPhone 12 in 2021. We received an Alpine Green iPhone 13 Pro and a Green iPhone 13 last spring. And it’s yellow this year. Regrettably, Apple made the decision to exclude the Pro models from the new color celebration.
Six hues are now available: yellow, purple, blue, starlight, midnight, and product red. If you closely follow Apple, you are aware that the previous rainbow Apple logo had six distinct colors. Coincidence? I disagree. The new yellow has a delicate, pastel hue.
The yellow iPhone 14 is the same as the models that were introduced in September, despite the new finish being intriguing. It runs iOS 16, boasts cameras resembling those on the iPhone 13 Pro, an A15 Bionic chip, Emergency SOS via Satellite, and Vehicle Collision Detection (aside from the telephoto). In fact, the projected iPhone 15 introduction in September indicates that we are halfway through the iPhone’s yearly upgrade cycle.
Apple did not reveal a new iteration of the iPhone SE, unlike with the iPhone 13 colour drop from the previous year. In reality there are reports that the SE is gone, while some suggest a new iteration of Apple’s cheapest phone might still be on the road in 2024.
On Friday, preorders for the new yellow iPhone 14 and 14 Plus will open. Regardless of the color of the iPhone 14, the majority of consumers will probably use a case. Apple also introduced a new yellow silicone case if it applies to you.