Apple Launches New Spring Colors for iPhone Cases and Apple Watch Bands

Alongside the second generation of AirPods, Apple today refreshed its iPhone case and Apple Watch band lineup for spring. In Silicone cases for iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max you can now choose from Spearmint, Papaya, and Delft Blue.


The iPhone XS Smart Battery Case is now available in a Pink Sand color option, after first launching in just White and Black.


iPhone XS Leather Cases are gaining Cornflower, Sunset, and Lilac. The same colors can be found for iPhone XS Max Leather Cases, iPhone XS Leather Folio, and iPhone XS Max Leather Folio.


Apple Watch Sport Bands are also matching the new iPhone case colors in Spearmint, Delft Blue, and Papaya. You can get these in 40mm or 44mm to fit all previous generations of Apple Watch and Apple Watch Series 4.


In Sport Loop there is Papaya, Cerulean, Spearmint, and Lilac as well. Just like Sport Bands, these are available in both 40mm and 44mm sizes.


The Nike Sport Band lineup also updated with Black/Hyper Grape, Spruce Fog/Vintage Lichen, and Teal Tint/Tropical Twist. These bands are made with the same fluoroelastomer as Apple's Sport Bands.


There are also new Nike Sport Loop bands, in Spruce Fog, Teal Tint, Hyper Grape, Summer White, and Black.


New Modern Buckle colors include Cornflower, Lilac, and Sunset. These join new Leather Loop colors in Cornflower and Sunset as well.


Lastly, new Hermès options include Rose Sakura/Craie/Argile Swift Leather Double Tour, Bleu Lin/Craie/Bleu du Nord Swift Leather Double Tour, and Etoupe Swift Leather Double Tour. Single Tour bands get the same new colorways.


Head to Apple.com to purchase the cases and bands, and check out our post on the second generation of AirPods for more information on Apple's latest wireless headphones.

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14 months ago
I think this is what the commenters were waiting for ;)
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14 months ago
Breathtaking innovation.
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14 months ago
Tbh I’m actually liking the new watch band colours, especially now that we can buy the Nike reflective black loop
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14 months ago
Still nothing for XR. Pffffff
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14 months ago
Having wasted $ on cheap watch bands on Amazon that fell apart after weeks and having an allergic reaction to one where I got a burn that lasted weeks... I'll stick with Apple bands. My Apple sports loop has lasted a year and looks like the day I bought it. I went through 4 cheaper bands that fell apart in less than 3 months.

Anyway, wife and I like the new case colors - we're talking about picking up a few for the summer. Kinda fun.
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14 months ago
These bands are too thick, have no battery or Bluetooth, no find-my-band feature, don’t support bandOS 2, nor come in coastal teal.
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