The full-colour range of the new iPhone 14

The new iPhone 14 is the latest iteration of Apple’s iconic smartphone and like with previous models, we’re all chomping at the bit to find out what colours Apple is going to drop this year. In this blog post, the team at Reboxed gets to the bottom of this all-new, full-colour range.

iPhone 14 full-colour range

It’s been a while since we’ve seen such a big change in the colour options available from Apple, and unfortunately, it doesn’t look like this is going to change any time soon, with most of their iconic colours returning.

The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are rumoured to come in Black (Midnight), White (Starlight), Blue, Red and Purple. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, meanwhile, are expected to come in Graphite, Silver, Gold and Purple. The only addition here is the new purple colour, which is likely to be a hit with customers as it’s said to have a unique finish that sees it shift tone based on lighting conditions.

However, this new lineup would mean the discontinuation of the ‌iPhone 13 Pro‌’s Alpine Green and Sierra Blue as well as the iPhone 13‌’s Green and Pink.

How to afford the new iPhone 14

As ever with iPhones, the new colour range comes with a price tag, and quite a hefty one at that. Based on the current price of the iPhone 13, the new models are likely going to set you back around £700 (and that’s only a base figure!).

This may leave you wondering how you’re possibly going to afford one of the new iPhone 14s, but luckily there are a few solutions.

The main one is to sell your old iPhone to a third-party buyer such as Reboxed – which has two main advantages:

You’ll get cash for something you no longer need

The best part about selling old iPhones is that you can get cash to put towards your new phone. You do not even have to worry about the condition of the phone. The only thing that matters is the model, colour and storage capacity.

You’ll help protect the environment by recycling your old iPhone

Electronics have a lot of toxic material in them. Even if you’re not recycling your old phone, those elements can end up in landfills or polluting waterways. When you recycle your phone, you’re keeping those harmful chemicals out of the environment!

For more information on the full-colour range of the new iPhone 14, feel free to contact a member of our team at Reboxed today.

Issac Gloria

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