News by Luke Jones on Friday September 25, 2015.
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The pink (ahem, we mean rose gold) iPhone 6s is proving to be something of a hit among consumers with the device making up the majority of pre-order units. Much like the gold iPhone 5s launched two years ago, many people thought the color option simply wouldn't look good or appeal to consumers. However, Apple proved us all wrong twice is seems.Yours truly is not really a fan of the pink (dammit, rose gold) iPhone 6s/iPhone 6s Plus, but it seems many are as 40% of all pre-orders for the new iPhone 6s models are the rose gold variants. With between 10 million and 13 million units expected to ship over the first weekend of its release on the market. That means around 4 million people will be walking around with pink (cough, rose gold) iPhones. It seems Apple can make any color sexy, so we are campaigning for sewage green as a colorway for the iPhone 7 next year.
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