Fans are going crazy about the new yellow colour option that Apple recently released for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus.
- New yellow colour options for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus have been released by Apple.
- Long before the iPhone 14 was ever thought of, the first yellow iPhone made its appearance.
- Apple unveiled the iPhone 5c, the first iPhone to ever come in a variety of colours, in a risky move.
Fans have been gushing about the new yellow colour option that Apple has introduced for the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 Plus. While it’s possible that some people may view Apple’s choice to introduce a yellow iPhone alongside the 14 and 14 Plus models as a daring move, it’s important to remember that the firm has before experimented with yellow phones. In truth, the first yellow iPhone was released years ago, even before the iPhone 14 was even thought to be a possibility.
Recall that Apple made a risky move when it introduced the iPhone 5c, the first iPhone to ever come in a variety of colours, including the brilliant yellow edition that won our hearts. The iPhone 5c was the first iPhone to be constructed out of polycarbonate, a type of plastic that allowed it to be produced in a range of hues, including yellow, blue, green, pink, and white. For the first time, Apple tried out several colour combinations for its iPhones. Apple played it safe with metallic hues before to the release of the 5c, but after realising how much consumers cherished having colour options, they unleashed their creativity.
So, it is quite acceptable to state that the iPhone 5c paved the way for iPhones with colourful backgrounds. Since then, Apple has released iPhones in a wide range of colours, including the iPhone 11, which also came in a Yellow colour variety, and the most recent addition, the iPhone 14, in a stunning, bright yellow tint.
Moreover, Apple has released four additional colours of silicon covers for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, including Canary yellow, olive, sky, and iris.