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ColorWare, the Minnesota-based paint shop that’s been customizing electronics for almost two decades, just dropped details on their latest creation, the Apple iPhone 7+ Retro. Decked out to look like a Macintosh computer from the 1980s, ColorWare’s Retro iPhone features an overall light beige paint job with darker stripes on the edges and a multi-colored Apple rainbow logo where you’d find the normal logo. Before getting the limited edition paint job and ColorWare treatment this phone starts as a black, unlocked Model A1661 unit with 256GB of storage and 12-megapixel wide-angle and telephoto cameras. In addition to the paint treatment and retro styling, you’ll also get Apple EarPods, adapters, all the standard documentation and a ColorWare one-year warranty. Production of the ColorWare Apple iPhone 7+ Retro is limited and the first 25 sold will be individually numbered. If you want that old school Mac style with modern technology you better act quick.

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