While Samsung is offering its latest phone in rainbow tones, Apple has decided to look for a more ecological color cast. The iPhone 11, the budget model of the iPhone line, comes out in a new light green model.
Since Apple has turned the color green into a warning signal (texts that appear as green bubbles in iMessage, a signal that the sender is not – sob – have an iPhone), it is surprising that the company is not against the use of that color for its latest devices. However, green is apparently a laudatory hue when it refers to the latest version of the cheaper Apple iPhone.
The new iPhone 11 also comes in a new purple hue – for those who want to feel royal – and the previous white, black, yellow and red. The previous blue and coral colors are no longer available.
Of course, the color of the new phone is not the only advantage. For example, although this cheaper phone does not have the three-camera system of the higher iPhones, it can have an automatic night mode and an ultra-wide display. However, if you like green – whether it's because of the ecological implications or because you just love the color – then you have a new iPhone that you can try.