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iPhone Colours: What colours are the different iPhone models available in?

Because there’s nothing wrong with thinking of your phone as a fashion accessory, we’re going to run down all of the different iPhone colours you can choose from, starting with Apple’s top-of-the-line handsets. 

iphone 11 colours

iPhone 11 colours

The iPhone 11 is available in six colour schemes. These are:

  • Black
  • White
  • Yellow
  • Green
  • Purple
  • Product(Red)

They all look quite washed-out, which won’t be to everyone’s taste. Well, all of them apart from the Product(Red) model, which continues Apple’s longstanding commitment to the HIV and AIDS charity. By purchasing it you’d also be contributing to a very good cause.

iphone 11 pro colours

iPhone 11 Pro colours

The iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max are available in four colour schemes:

  • Midnight green
  • Space grey
  • Silver
  • Gold

The green model was definitely the scene-stealer on launch night, with the three other colour options pretty dull by comparison.

iphone xr colours

iPhone XR colours

Apple is still selling the iPhone XR, which is also available in six colour schemes. They’re far more vibrant than the iPhone 11 colours though.

Here’s what’s available:

  • Yellow
  • White
  • Coral
  • Black
  • Blue
  • Product(Red)

The yellow model is my personal favourite, but there should be something to suit everyone here.

iPhone SE 2 colours

The iPhone SE 2 is available in three colours

iPhone SE 2 colours

The iPhone SE 2 is available in three colours: black, white and red.

That’s underwhelming when you compare it to the six shades on offer for the iPhone 11 — but it’s at least an improvement on the original iPhone SE’s slightly wider but rather more bland colour selection: silver, space grey, gold and rose gold.

iphone 8 colours

iPhone 8 colours

Apple no longer sells the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, but they’re available on the cheap from loads of third-party retailers. Unfortunately, the colour options are pretty uninspiring:

  • Space grey
  • Black
  • Gold

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