Posted By on 18 Mar 2017

ColorWare is well known for customising Apple’s products. Yesterday, it introduced a customized iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition that resembles the appearance of a vintage 1980s-era Macintosh for $1,899. It is an SIM-Free model with 256GB of storage with a 12-megapixel wide-angle and telephoto lens which normally retails for $969 in the United States. Orders are currently estimated to ship in 2-3 weeks. 

The iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition is repainted in a 1980’s beige, complete with darker stripes meant to resemble the vents on older computers. And of course, the monochrome Apple logo on the back is replaced with one in the classic and iconic rainbow stripes.


The only difference between this vintage iPhone and the original model is in the design: everything else is kept intact, so it is a phone that can be used perfectly on daily basis just like others. The company has confirmed that it will only sell a limited number of this version in its store, and the first 25 iPhone 7 Plus vintage that are sold will bring a number that will identify the exclusivity of the first versions that ColorWare will reach its customers.

iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition includes EarPods, a Lightning to USB Cable, a USB Power Adapter, and documentation in the box.

ColorWare launched customized airpods for the iPhone 7 in 58 colors. You could have your own pods improved for $160 or buy customized ones priced at $299, compared to the store price of $159. The company also dabbles in customizing other devices like Playstations, Xbox, keyboards, speakers and even microphones earlier this year.

So, what do you think about this new iPhone 7 Plus Retro? Share your views in the comment section below.

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