Apple had launched the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C last year. It was the very first time Apple launched two back to back iPhones. One of their extreme innovations was the iPhone 5C. The slogan says “for the colorful”. Indeed colorful. The iPhone 5C, personally speaking has been the best iPhone around. Yeah it has inspired its design from the much older iphone 3GS but the bold new colors and the stylish, sleek body has blown away many hearts. Every color of iPhone 5C speaks about what you are.
Here’s a quick guide on which color one must buy?
Who should get the green iPhone 5c?
This iPhone is natural like a grassy lawn or leafy tree, it’s exotic like martians and hulks, it’s the color most often associated with jealousy, money, and the world around us. Apple kept their green light and vibrant, much like spring. They also kept it neutral enough that it can suit many types of people, with many styles, in many walks of life. It looks great, but it doesn’t get up in your face about it.
If you want your iPhone 5c to be bright but not overbearing, colorful but natural, green looks wonderful.
Who should get the blue iPhone 5c?
Blue is the color of the sky and of the sea. It’s the canvas that so much of the world around us is set against. Yet very little in the natural world is set in blue. That’s why sapphires and jays stand out as much as they blend in. While stereotypically associated with boys’ blankets and Superman’s suits, the color itself knows no such limits. Apple chose a shade that’s intense but not overblown. Something for everyone.
If you want your iPhone 5c to look great but not distract, to be deep but not disturbing, blue is where you’re going.
Who should get the yellow iPhone 5c?
Banana. Big Bird. taxi cab. We’ve heard them all. No, the yellow iPhone 5c isn’t waterproof but it is sporty. It’s the color assigned to the sun, and to gold-like prosperity. It’s a caution light instead of a stop light, something that glows but manages to stay at least a little bit subtle about it. Apple’s yellow is energetic, however. This is no pale pastel. It’s yellow and it wants you to know it. It’s the yellow, not red Ferrari.
If you want your iPhone 5c to draw just enough, but not too much attention, get yellow and show it.
Who should get the pink iPhone 5c?
In the east, red means luck and good fortune. In the west, it means danger or stop. In both, it’s bright, bold, and attention getting. It’s the color of gift envelopes and roses and racing cars. That’s probably why Apple went with pink for the iPhone 5c instead. That we have such a popular and distinct word for light red in English, as opposed to light blue, yellow, or green is indicative of its place in the culture. It’s typically associated with girls.
If you want your iPhone 5c to be instantly identifiable from across a room – maybe even across the street – pink brings the heat.
Who should get white iPhone 5c?
White is the presence of all colors in light, and the absence of all colors in print. The white iPhone is symbol for peace and its the color for all. White iPhones won’t go anywhere. They always will remain in fashion. They will never get old. Likewise, so people hate the very idea of a white iPhone. With the iPhone 5c it plays the job of the straight man or woman.
Because there’s no black or gray, the only iPhone 5c color to get for people who want no color at all, is white.
At the end of the day, the only real answer is get the color you like better. Everything else is manufactured anxiety at this point. Just close your eyes, picture your iPhone in your hand, and carefully look at what color you’re picturing. Then buy that. And if you change your mind later, you can get a case. Choose a color you love, then add a case you love to it to complete the look. (There are accessories because they accessorize!). If you already have a case you love, pick the iPhone 5c color that best compliments it.
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