How to Choose an iPhone 13 Based Only on Color?

Service iPhone - If you're determined to get your hands on the iPhone 13, deal or not, you're in the company of a good smartphone manufacturer. The iPhone 13 arrived early, and as usual, Apple's new line of phones is one of the holiday season's best gifts.

The 2021 iPhone lineup comes in a rainbow of colors, some old and some new, and the colors vary depending on the model you buy. There are five different color options for the iPhone 13 (including Millennium Pink), and four choices if you're using an iPhone 13 Pro or Pro Max. Whichever color you want right now, it will probably stay with you for at least the next two years. If you're not sure which one is best for you, we've got a short description of each to help you out.

You've almost certainly had a black or dark gray phone before. It's a classic color for a reason, it looks great with almost any accessory and if you use it without a case, it's less likely that you'll notice any scratches on the black glass. The same can't be said for the metal edges around the outside of the phone, which in the past would reveal scratches if scratched deep enough. Simply put, this is the color you get if you don't care about the color of your phone or if your phone will live in a case for as long as you have it.

White has been the default option for iPhones since its inception, and with good reason. It looks great, and unlike the other color options, it's harder to spot scratches on the glass and around the outer edges of the body. The Starlight iPhone version is also great for decals and textured patterns as it has a brightly colored surface on a glossy white base that looks amazing while offering a little extra protection if you decide you don't need a cover.

In the past, Apple has released the Red version of the iPhone separately from the primary color, but this year it's one of the better options. This vivid color stands out in every possible way, no matter what lighting you're in, making it even harder to accidentally lose it on the sofa cushions. Every Apple product sold under the Product Red label signifies a donation to an HIV/AIDS treatment program (although Apple never says how much).

Apple fans have been asking for the pink option for a long time. Not metallic rose gold, but just the right pink. And here, now you can have a pink iPhone. It's also a subtle color, not as strong as the Product Red or Blue options, so if you prefer your phone to have a bit of personality without attracting too much attention in public, this is the phone for you. In addition, due to the very bright color, the scratches on the body tend to be less visible compared to other models.

Apple didn't give this color a fancy name like Starlight or Midnight, because it wasn't necessary. You know exactly what color this is when you see it. The phone is blue, in fact, it's the bluest phone you can buy today and it includes the prettiest Sierra Blue the iPhone 13 Pro has to offer this year. It's a phone that stands out all over the place, and it might just get you a clear case if you're going to use it.

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