The iPhone 11 comes with a wealth of new features, from the improved camera that blows previous models out of the water to the thicker and more durable glass. However, on an aesthetic level, the newest model of the iPhone comes in many new colors as well.
Knowing which iPhone colors are available on which models of the iPhone 11 can help you choose which one to get.
The iPhone 11 starts at $699 and comes in six colors. The black and white color schemes are self-explanatory. A black phone provides a sleek and modern look, though may suffer from overheating if left in the sun.
A white phone also provides a sleek and minimalistic look but will show wear and stains much more than a black iPhone will.
The other colors are all pastels. You can choose between yellow, green, and purple. However, the more washed-out look can be rather subdued. It's a good look for every day, but it's not very flashy.
The final color scheme for the regular iPhone 11 is red, which benefits (RED), a non-profit founded by Bono of U2. This is a much more vibrant color than the other available color schemes. However, the main draw of choosing the red model is that some of the proceeds will go towards the Global Fund to fight AIDS.
iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max
The iPhone 11 Pro and the Pro Max are the higher-end version of Apple's newest phone and come with a triple camera instead of a double camera. These cameras also have better picture quality, different screen sizes, and longer battery lives.
In addition to different hardware, the Pro and Pro Max come in new color schemes. Midnight green provides an army green finish to your phone that matches well with bright colors.
Space grey offers an off-black finish that won't show wear easily but will match basically any other color.
Silver and gold offer a more flashy appearance for your iPhone, which is something to consider. Gold provides the most obvious flair for your phone, however, because at first glance silver can appear white. This carries the same risk as the white finish on the regular iPhone 11–wear and staining are more likely.
Make Sure Your iPhone Color Matches the Case
Of course, it's not a good idea to carry around your new iPhone without a case. While they are durable phones, you don't want a fall to ruin your brand new purchase. This is why you need to take into account the color of your case as well: you want it to either match or complement the iPhone color you've chosen.
If you're looking to find the perfect case to match your chosen iPhone color, check out our selection of iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max cases! All of our leather cases come in a wide range of shades, which makes it easier to match your phone and case together. A huge bonus is that our cases double as wallets, reducing how many things you have to remember when you leave the house.