ColorWare Custom IPhones

Posted: Jul 20 2007, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:55am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

ColorWare Custom iPhones
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If you wanted an iPhone, but didn’t feel like camping out to get one and now that everyone has one it’s just not exclusive enough for you, ColorWare has an answer. The will either color your iPhone to your design for $149 or they will sell you the iPhone with the custom colors already applied.

If you buy the iPhone direct from them the 4GB version starts at $649 and the 8GB version starts at $749. It gets more expensive from there depending on if you want to color the front bezel, Apple logo, earbuds, and charge stand.

You can choose colors for the upper and lower back panel, the front frame, the Apple logo, the button on the front as well as custom colors for the ear buds and charge cradle. The picture you see here is my custom designed I4U iPhone and this design would cost me $819 plus shipping to build. Via ColorWare

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