Apple introduced the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro in September 2022, but if you didn’t already buy one, Apple is hoping a new color option might win you over. Two of the models are now available in a bright yellow color.

Apple has revealed a new yellow color for both the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, which will be available to pre-order this Friday, March 10. Full availability starts on Tuesday, March 14. The phones were already available in “Midnight” (black), “Starlight” (beige/white), Product RED, blue, and purple. The existing colors didn’t stand out from the crowd much, except the bright red of the Product RED option, so it’s nice to see a bright yellow option enter the lineup.


Apple hasn’t sold iPhones in a yellow color since the iPhone 11 in 2019, and before that, the iPhone XR from 2018 had a yellow option. Apple normally limits its Pro-branded products to understated or dim colors, and that trend is sadly still going — you cannot buy a banana-colored iPhone 14 Pro.

It’s not unusual for Apple to introduce new color options for products that have already been released, and the company is probably hoping for a temporary sales boost. Apple’s financial results for the last quarter of 2023 showed a slump in iPhone sales, but availability of some models (especially the iPhone 14 Pro) was constrained by supply chain problems.

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iPhone 14

The iPhone 14 is perfect for most people, striking a great balance between price and next-gen features. It's now available in yellow.

The new yellow color will be available for the same price as the other options. The iPhone 14 starts at $799.

Source: Apple

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