Apple May Introduce iPhone 14 in Yellow, rumors

Apple devotees could very well see a new colour option for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus in the very near future. According to a recent post on Weibo that was posted by the blog MacOtakara from Japan, the tech giant has plans to make the future models accessible in yellow sometime this spring.

Although the history of the Weibo account is unknown, MacRumors reported that multiple sources have confirmed Apple’s PR team is planning a product briefing for the following week. This product briefing may or may not be related to the addition of a new color option for the iPhone, as it could be about something entirely different.

iPhone 14 in Yellow Color

Apple has been known to boost sales and media attention by introducing new color options in the middle of product cycles on multiple occasions. Purple versions of the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini became available for purchase in April 2021, following the release of new Green color options for the iPhone 13 series the previous year.

Blue, Purple, Midnight (Black), Starlight (White/Silver), and Product Red are the colours that are now available for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. The iPhone 14 Pro variants are available in Deep Purple, Gold, Silver, and Space Black. It is currently unknown if Apple will offer a yellow colour option for the Pro models or if the company will delay the introduction of a new colour option for those devices. While a number of Apple fans may be pleased at the prospect of a yellow iPhone 14, some may believe that such a vibrant colour is more appropriately reserved for iPhone models that are not Pro versions.

There are rumors that Apple’s next iPhone, the iPhone 15 Pro, will be available in a new color option that is a darker shade of red. It has been stated that this new color is darker and has a more muted appearance, in contrast to the brilliant “Product Red” color of earlier models. Keep tuned for details regarding this possible new addition to Apple’s already extensive lineup of smartphones.