Spring is here, the wardrobe is changing, and more colorful items and accessories will boost our mood every day.
And if we are talking about accessories, we can’t forget about the phone cases and the watch bands that are with us most of the time.
Apple just posted the newly available accessories on their website.
So what’s new?
Depending on your iPhone model, you will find silicone cases for iPhone XS or XS Max in three fantastic colors like Spearmint, Delft Blue, and Papaya at only $39. The XS Smart Battery Case has a new color too, Pink Sand for $129.
If you want a leather case for your phone, Apple is coming with three colors like Lilac, Cornflower, and Sunset. You can buy the iPhone XS Max Leather Folio for $129 and a Case for $49. For the owner of iPhone XS, a Leather Folio that is priced at $99 and a case will cost you $49.
Moving forward with the accessories, you can make a perfect match between your iPhone case and a watch band. For the Sport Bands, Apple’s color palette is made of colors like Papaya, Spearmint and Delft Blue. This product is available for $49.
Looking at the Sports Loops department, we’ll find Lilac, Spearmint, Cerulean and Papaya, available for $49.
The Nike fans we’ll be happy too because the Nike + Sports Bands are coming in some great combinations like Spruce Fog/Vintage Lichen, Teal Tint/Tropical Twist and Black/Hyper Grape. On the other hand, the Nike + Sports Loops come in single colors such as Spruce Fog, Teal Tint, and Hyper Grape. The Modern Buckle is priced at $149 and comes in Lilac, Sunset, and Cornflower versus the Leather Loop that has the same price, $149, but only with Cornflower and Sunset.
The last but not least, are the new Watch Hermes Double Tour for $489 and the Single Tour for $339. The band colors are Rose Sakura/Craie/Argile and Bleu Iin/Craie/Bleu du nord tri-color gradients.
Joe Peterson was born and raised in San Francisco. He has contributed to Discovery Magazine, Cottage Country Magazine and Tech Insider. As a journalist for Swerd Media, Joe mostly covers national news. Aside from earning a living as a freelance journalist, Joe also spends much of his time training for ultra running.