Apple has introduced a new color variant of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus in yellow, continuing its tradition of releasing new variants of the basic iPhone in spring. This design update is not available for Pro models.

“People love their iPhone and rely on it every day for all that they do, and now there’s an exciting addition to the lineup with a new yellow iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus,” said Bob Borchers, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.

At about the same time a year ago, the company presented the iPhone 13 series in green, and two years ago – the iPhone 12 series in purple.

The full color lineup of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus now looks like this:

iPhone 14 color lineup
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The Cupertino company already offers these smartphones in midnight, starlight, red, blue, and purple. In terms of technical specifications, these iPhone models have no changes. However, they could help Apple sell more smartphones during a slow period after the holiday season.

Both iPhone versions will still feature a lightweight design, a durable Ceramic Shield front cover, a dual-camera system for pro-level photos and videos, the powerful A15 Bionic chip, and innovative safety capabilities, including Emergency SOS via satellite and Crash Detection.

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The tech giant has been working on this for months, and is expected to release the change next year or the year after, if all goes according to plan. As Mark Gurman noted, the change requires a significant amount of AI training and underlying engineering work.

In addition to the new iPhone shade, Apple introduced a range of new Watch bands and silicone iPhone cases with spring-themed colors.

The new yellow iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus will become available for pre-order this Friday, March 10, and sales will begin on Tuesday, March 14.

The iPhone 14 starts at $799 in the US, while the iPhone 14 Plus costs from $899.