Rainbow Apple Logo Rumors To Make A Return On This Year's Products

Apple may plan to reuse the classic Rainbow Apple logo on new products released this year, according to a reliable source from MacRumors. At the moment we are not clear which new products will use the rainbow logo, but the Mac product range seems to be a solid option.

In 1984, Apple adopted the colorful Apple logo for the first time on the Macintosh, and many of the subsequent Apple computers were also included the rainbow logos. In addition, the iPhone and iPad seem to be suitable for the Rainbow logo, especially the Special Edition iPhone, (PRODUCT)RED.

It should be noted that we are currently unable to confirm the authenticity of the rumor, but the source has a deep relationship with Apple and related industries.

Recently, Apple Park also used a variety of rainbow elements to celebrate the opening ceremony of the campus. Meanwhile, Apple's former design chief comment said that the rainbow logo has “part of their identity for many years.” “The rainbow is also a positive and joyful expression of some of our inclusion values and I think that one of the primary reasons the idea resonated so immediately and so profoundly with us was the form — the connection from an aesthetic design point of view,” said Ive.

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