Apple iPhone 6S Retro by ColorWare

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Your iPhone case does more than just serve as protection against bumps and bruises, it helps you stand out from the crowd as well. The folks at ColorWare have released what could be the ultimate way to customize your Apple device with the iPhone 6S Retro.

The old school design was inspired by the Apple IIe, and sports an off-white exterior complete with that classic rainbow-colored Apple logo. There’s even some faux vents running along either side, further adding to the vintage 1980s vibe. The phone will be extremely limited, with only 25 units of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus being produced – with a retail price of $1,599 and $1,699. [Purchase]

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