On the back, the Apple logo has been transformed into the retro rainbow logo. As you can see in the photo above, the Retro Edition basically gives the iPhone 7 Plus a makeover to make it resemble a classic Mac computer from back in the day.
The iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition is created to mimic the look of a vintage 1980s-era Macintosh, and while it does just that very well, it doesn't come cheap.
Colorware is offering the unlocked variant of the iPhone 7 Plus and the on-board storage capacity of the variant is 256 GB.
However if you are a fan, note that the iPhone 7 Plus Retro Edition will not come cheap as colorware has priced it at $1,899. Dark beige stripes line the edges turning the iPhone into a work of art. This is followed by an intense cleaning and masking process. "Then, the product is buffed and reassembled", they explained. "The product goes through final inspection and is packaged into the original packaging".
It also gets earphones, an electrical discharge to USB cable, a USB Power Adapter along with documents inside the box. No matter how much money you have to throw away on aesthetics, you can not buy a beige iPhone.
In case you were wondering, no other hardware specifications have been changed.
If you are looking to snag the iPhone 7 Plus retro hurry up as it will be available for a limited period. Orders are now estimated to ship in 2-3 weeks. To purchase the iPhone 7 Plus Retro you can head to Colorware's online store.