Apple Macintosh computer-inspired iPhone 7 goes on sale

Joanna Estrada
March 19, 2017

To be entirely fair to ColorWare, the company has gone for the second-most expensive iPhone 7 available - the 256GB iPhone 7 Plus. Colorware imparts a vintage look to the iPhone 7 Plus Retro, which is quite stellar.

Colorware, a specialized custom-made gadgets and skins manufacturer based in Minnesota, has launched a vintage version of iPhone 7 Plus.

Apple Macintosh computer fanatics can now get their hands on an unofficial iPhone 7 Plus inspired by the vintage Apple computer.

Here's Colorware on the new phone: "Colorware is pleased to announce the iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition".

If you have the money to spend and want to pick up the phone, you'll have to be quick as the company says the Retro Edition will only be available for a limited time, with the first 25 featuring a number of an authenticity. With the multi-coloured Apple rainbow logo and the dark beige edge stripes, your iPhone will be a work of art! This is followed by an intense cleaning and masking process. "Then, the product is buffed and reassembled", they explained. It's a price that's nearly on par with original Macintosh's $2,495 price tag went on sale in 1984. It is repackaged in the original retail box.

The device's other specifications are the same. The packaging will include Apple's EarPods (not AirPods), along with a Lightning to USB cable and USB power adapter.

The damages for the iPhone 7 Plus are a lot higher than the original.

Price aside, though, the iPhone 7 Plus Retro is probably the nicest looking custom iPhone we've ever seen. Current shipping times stand at 2-3 weeks.

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