After unveiling the yellow iPhone 14 and 14 Plus last week, Apple has launched the new smartphone which is now available at its online and retail stores and arriving to pre-order customers.
For the new yellow iPhone 14, Apple has recycled the very pale yellow iPhone 11 color by giving it a little more saturation and shine. And to celebrate the new color option, Apple has also released a new very yellow-themed ad called “Hello Yellow”.
Food, flowers, fun characters, and other things the yellow iPhone 14 reminds us of
In review, the new yellow iPhone 14 color is described as a subtle yellow which makes a banana look darker like a new beautiful pastel color. The new color might be more popular amongst the younger consumer base who can use the yellow color symbolism to represent hope, happiness, and spontaneity.
The new ad celebrates the latest color addition by accentuating everything yellow in the surroundings like hair, clothes, accessories, fruits, flowers, buildings, announcement boards, roads, sign boards, animals, and much more.
Here are the things the new iPhone 14 reminds me of:
- Fruits and vegetable
- Yellow capsicum
- Fun characters
- Big Bird
- Spong Bob
- Bumble Bee
- The Mask *Jim Carrey
- Egg Yoke
- French fries
- Orange juice
- Lemon tart
- Yellow Rose
- Lydia Broom
- Lemonpeel angelfish
- Yellow tang
- Objects and others
- School bus
- Raincoats and boots
- Hazard signs
Apple introduces yellow iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus https://t.co/t0rimPHyT6
Time for Kuz to adopt a Banana coloured iPhone #Canucks pic.twitter.com/IEmcLFSQPA
— RogNuckStrix (@RogNuck) March 8, 2023
The yellow iPhone 14 and 14 Plus come with yellow-themed wallpaper, iPhone 14 cases with MagSafe support, and Apple Watch bands. Like the rest of the iPhone 14 lineup, the new yellow iPhone 14 models feature A15 Bionic chips, a Ceramic Shield front cover, amazing battery life, Emergency SOS via satellite, Crash Detection, Action mode, and much more.
The new yellow iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus are available in 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage options, starting from $799 and $899 respectively at Apple’s online and retail stores.