"Jet White" color option coming to iPhone 7, 7 Plus?

darkpoet25

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I doubt they would do so after it's been for almost two months now. I think if it does come out, they should call it Frost White instead of Jet White.
 

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I doubt they would do so after it's been for almost two months now. I think if it does come out, they should call it Frost White instead of Jet White.
I think they'll just call it white, like they did with silver and gold.
 

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Make it sound fancy and call it Alabaster. That should jack the price up $25 at least!
 

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If it's shiny like the Jet Black model, a more appropriate name would be Pearl White. "Jet White" as a color doesn't exist.
 

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Jet white may not be a color yet but that's until Apple says it's a color.


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I can't believe people actually think it's going to happen. O_o It's a descriptor of one color - black. They will likely just call it white since they will only have one and it won't need to be differentiated like the jet and matte. Otherwise, it will be preceded by a more appropriate word to describe the shade/type of white.

Yes, they could. Be why would they do something so stupid?
 

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I can't believe people actually think it's going to happen. O_o It's a descriptor of one color - black. They will likely just call it white since they will only have one and it won't need to be differentiated like the jet and matte. Otherwise, it will be preceded by a more appropriate word to describe the shade/type of white.

Yes, they could. Be why would they do something so stupid?
I was just having a little fun with the topic


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I could see "pearl white" or "pearlescent white." But plain old "white" is most likely imho.