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September 11, 2013

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well some of the combinations aren't bad.
The ones you chose for the pictures in this post are horrible.

You're so blind that I can't stop laughing. Thanks for the laugh, weatherman. It's so obvious that you're color blind.

Yes duh. The type of camera used and the lighting environment have everything to due with the saturation and hue of the image. Havent you seen any of the apple events where they explain this in 1 way or another? Those are the same damn cases. Its obvious.

Regarding the various case colours mixed with various iPhone colours, I just get the feeling that Apple is purposefully pushing the case makers to use a kind of layering approach. To me it feels as if Apple is saying to them, go ahead and have fun WITH our coloured phones. That can lead to interesting designs from the case makers.

On my part, I have a lot of bad criticism towards the cutout overlapping the word-mark "iPhone" that turns to "hon". I just can't come to grips with that "omission" on the design part of it...

I have never seen a clear "leaked" photo. They're always blurred!

On the 5C side, I thought they should have modeled it on the 4S as it just looks strange in the line up, the 5C and 5S being almost the same size. That way, next year they could have dropped the 4S when they launch a larger 6 and have a small, medium and large family of phones, all for different markets.

Japtor, really? You think super dark blue will turn into light blue because of lighting? Grey instead of white? Really? Super dark green puke to light green? Ha! Thanks for the humor.

..but poor lighting and a poor camera can create a shot just like that.

Absolutely! Personally, I'm thinking yellow and black or green and blue. I also really like the black with white. If you haven't tried mixing and matching the 5c colors on Apple's site, you should, it's fun!

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