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Apple has just announced a new spring color refresh for the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, with a vibrant yellow colorway now available for purchase. While no new color was announced for the higher-end iPhone 14 Pro series, the new yellow finish will undoubtedly add a touch of fun and playfulness to the iPhone lineup.
Starting this Friday, customers can place orders for the yellow iPhone 14, with the first units arriving on March 14. Alongside this announcement, Apple has also revealed a fresh lineup of accessories, including a new spring-themed iPhone case that complements the new yellow finish.
As expected, the yellow iPhone 14 features yellow aluminum sides and a yellow glass back, making for a bold and eye-catching device. The new color option joins the existing color lineup options of midnight, starlight, PRODUCT(RED), blue, and purple, giving customers plenty of choices when it comes to selecting the perfect iPhone.
The iPhone 14 boasts a 6.1-inch OLED display, while the 14 Plus model features a larger 6.7-inch screen. Both phones are powered by the A15 chip, which was first introduced in the iPhone 13 Pro. This latest chip promises faster performance, improved energy efficiency, and better graphics capabilities than previous models.
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New features in the iPhone 14 lineup include “Action mode” super stabilization for video recording and the addition of the fake-bokeh-effect Cinematic mode for video. The devices also come with Emergency SOS via Satellite, a feature that enables owners to contact emergency services even if they are away from normal cellular and Wi-Fi coverage. This feature is currently free for two years, though Apple has not yet announced pricing beyond this point.
Emergency SOS via Satellite is currently available in the US, Canada, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. Alongside the yellow iPhone 14 announcement, Apple has revealed that the satellite connectivity features will launch in Austria, Belgium, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, and Portugal later this month.