Apple updates Apple Watch band and iPhone case colors for Spring 2022

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Brand-new color options for Apple Watch bands and iPhone cases are now available on the Apple Store after the "Peek Performance" event on March 8.

The MagSafe silicone cases compatible with all models of the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro lines now come in Lemon Zest, Nectarine, Blue Fog, and Eucalyptus colors. They will be priced the same as the pre-existing MagSafe silicone cases, at $49.

The iPhone SE case selection has been updated to feature a new Abyss Blue color way, at the same $35.

Additionally, the Apple Watch band color options have been updated across many of the band types offered by Apple. The Sport Loop now offers the same Lemon Zest, Nectarine, Blue Fog, and Eucalyptus colors at $49. The Braided Solo Loop now comes in Flamingo, Starlight, and Bright Green, at $99.

The Sport Band now comes in Bright Green, Lemon Zest, and Blue Fog for $49, while the Sport Loop selection has been revamped to offer brand-new Lavender Gray/Light Lilac, Nectarine/Peony, Oat Milk/Lemon Zest, Blue Jay/Abyss Blue, and Midnight Eucalyptus options for the same price at $49. There is a new Nike Sport Band in Pink Oxford/Rose Whisper for $49 as well.

The Apple Watch Hermes line now features Cassis/Magnolia, Bleu Lin/Vert Veronese, Noir/Gris Clair, and Vert Veronese/Noir for $319. Its leather line of bands now feature the colors of Cassis, Rogue de Coeur, Blanc, and Gris Meyer for the Single Tour category at $339, while the new additions to Double Tour are the options of Rogue de Coeur, Indigo, and Blanc.

Parts of the Spring 2021 Apple accessory refresh were apparently leaked on February 27, when the four new iPhone case colors were shown off by Twitter user and reputable leaker Majin Bu.

Apple periodically updates its accessory selection, usually following its keynote events. In September 2021, Apple refreshed its silicon and leather-based MagSafe cases for the newly-launched iPhone 13 and 13 Pro lines.