Apple has debuted three new colors for its iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max silicon cases; as well as, the Apple Watch Series 4 Sport Band. The new colors are Hibiscus, Mellow Yellow, and Pacific Green. The cases are available for $39 and the sport band is $49. ● Hibiscus: iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, 40mm, 44mm ● Mellow Yellow: iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, 40mm, 44mm ●
Apple is more or less denying rumors that its 2018 iPhones aren’t exactly selling well. It is, however, definitely taking steps to convince more buyers to bite. Not a fan of the default iPhone XS and XS Max colors? There’s always an official colored case for you. In fact, Apple has just added three more colors to the mix. It … Continue reading
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Apple has released new silicone cases for the iPhone XS along with new colors for the Apple Watch Sport bands. The colors of the new silicone cases for the iPhone XS match the colors of the new Apple Watch Sport bands: Hibiscus, Mellow Yellow, and Pacific Green.
Apple today has quietly released a new collection of colors for its iPhone XS silicone cases and Apple Watch sport bands. The new colors include Hibiscus, Mellow Yellow, and Pacific Green. Further, Apple has also started selling the new Nike Sport Loop colors that originally launched through Nike earlier this month.
Apple today quietly released new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max silicone cases, as well as Apple Watch Sport Bands, in three new colors: Hibiscus, Mellow Yellow, and Pacific Green. In addition, Apple has begun selling the new Nike Sport Loop and Sport Band options that debuted on nike.com earlier this month in Celestial Teal, Olive Flak, and Smokey Mauve.
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