Apple has decided to discontinue the gold-coloured iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S, despite the legacy handsets remaining on sale when the newcomers arrive on 25 September (via The Verge).
The 5S, 6 and 6 Plus will only be available in space grey and silver, while the 6S and its big brother can be snapped up in gold and rose – "don’t call it pink" – gold.
So, if you want a gold iPhone, you’re going to have to buy a new one, or get it from somewhere that isn’t Apple before existing inventories have dried up.
It’s difficult to know the reasoning behind Apple’s colour-ist decision.
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Perhaps the company figures that those who’re likely to buy gold-coloured tech are flash enough to always want the newest device too?
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