As it stated in “The iPhone 7 Plus Retro is available for a limited time only with the first 25 having a number of authenticity.”
They’ve just launched the iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition, however it will set you back a cool $1899 (£1534) and it will take two to three weeks to ship.
With the multi-coloured Apple rainbow logo and the dark beige edge stripes, your iPhone will be a work of art!
“If you love the vintage look of the original 1980’s Mac then why not have it on your phone!
“Great attention to detail is given to this fully painted iPhone.
ColorWare Launches iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition With Vintage Mac Design for $1,899
as declared in Color Ware today introduced a customized iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition that resembles the appearance of a vintage 1980s-era Macintosh for $1,899.
At ColorWare, the product goes through a labor intensive process of disassembly, cleaning, masking, painting and inspection.
ColorWare said the iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition will be available for a limited time only, and the first 25 sold will include a number of authenticity.Details about the customization process:iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition includes EarPods, a Lightning to USB Cable, a USB Power Adapter, and documentation in the box.
The product goes through final inspection and is packaged into the original packaging.
Orders are currently estimated to ship in 2-3 weeks.The design includes a multicolored Apple rainbow logo and dark beige edge stripes painted over what is originally a Black colored iPhone 7 Plus.
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The Retro iPhone 7 Plus starts its life as a regular unlocked 256 GB black iPhone 7 Plus, which costs $969.
Colorware adds its Retro paint job on top for an additional $930, for a total of $1,899.
But who cares about that now that you’ve seen this iPhone 7 Plus with a custom “Retro” 1980s Apple Mac paint job (first seen on AppleInsider)?
But I digress, because this is all about the Retro iPhone 7 Plus.
The Tech Insider team’s reaction upon laying eyes on the Retro iPhone 7 Plus was quick and positively conclusive, with proclamations like “I’d buy,” and “oOoOo like.”
collected by :Clara William