Yellow iPhone 14 Has Been Launched By Apple

Apple recently announced a new color scheme for the iPhone 14 and the iPhone 14 plus. The parent company has launched the new Yellow iPhone 14, which is representative of the usual color refresh for the phone line. For the iPhone 14 Pro series, no new colors have been announced by Apple. This yellow finish will be ready for order from Friday, with the first bunch arriving to the customers on the 14th of March. The company has also managed to refresh the accessories lineup, so one could easily complement their yellow Apple phone with a spring-themed iPhone case. 

Apple Has Launched The Yellow iPhone 14

For those wondering, the yellow iPhone 14 will also feature a yellow glass cover, as well as aluminum sides. This new color scheme will be joining the preexisting color lineup of starlight, midnight, blue, purple, and red. But other than the new color scheme, the phone will remain the same. The iPhone 14 has a 6.1-inch OLED display, while the iPhone 14 Plus boasts a 6.7-inch OLED display. The phones will be powered by the massive A15 chip- which was initially introduced in the iPhone 13 Pro. This phone will also include the Action mode- a super stabilization for recording video, as well as the addition of the fake-bokeh-effect. 

The yellow iPhone 14 features an Emergency SOS through Satellite, which implies that the owners will be able to make emergency calls even if they are away from WiFi or cellular coverage. This feature will initially be free for around two years- but the parent company hasn’t yet released the pricing scheme. This feature is currently available in Canada, the USA, Germany, France, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.