ColorWare Gives iPhone 7 Plus a Vintage Macintosh Design for $1899


Nostalgic Apple fans will now be able to purchase a custom-painted iPhone 7 Plus from ColorWare that is designed to look like a vintage Macintosh computer. The iPhone 7 Plus “Retro Edition” is available from ColorWare for a staggering price of $1899.

The iPhone 7 Plus “Retro Edition” is available from ColorWare for a staggering price of $1899. The Retro Edition makes your iPhone 7 Plus look like Apple’s original Macintosh computer from the 1980s.

The handset is an unlocked, SIM-free iPhone 7 Plus with 256 gigabytes of storage. ColorWare is purchasing off-the-shelf black models and giving them a custom paint job for an extra $930 over the sticker price. The official description of the device reads:

“Great attention to detail is given to this fully painted iPhone. With the multicolored Apple rainbow logo and the dark beige edge stripes your iPhone will be a work of art.”

ColorWare says the paint job is available for a limited time only, and the first 25 purchases will include their own number of authenticity.

The company says its new Retro Edition design will ship in about 2 to 3 weeks. Purchases include a 12-month warranty against defects, and shipping is available internationally.


  • OldenMac

    Sorry, just like I won’t wear purple corduroy bell bottoms I don’t want my iPhone to look like my first mac. LOL


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  • mrideas

    Wow! I mean it’s a cool lookin phone but that’s an outrageous cost for a paint job. For that price you could almost buy two phones! I’m sure there will be some folks that would buy it though. I would think you’d be able to find a $30-$40 case that would do the same thing. Save yourself the extra $900!! ????

  • Aleks Oniszczak

    My guess is that they don’t actually plan to sell many of these – more likely they want blogs like this one to talk about their brand for some free publicity.