Apple didn't invent gloss black. And they have been using a glossy black since the 3GS, which was made of plastic iirc.You mean iPhone 3G.
And Apple did not invent Gloss Black. And thats all it is. I don’t care what they say. When someone comes out with an un-scratchable Gloss Black. Then and only then can they act as if they re-invented the wheel as Apple has with Jet Black.
Yet the title seems to be a statement of fact?Folks, I think the OP is more curious about he similarities between the MAC pro and jet black iPhone than anything, based in the body of the post.
Was just sharing how I took it. I've seen much more poorly written titles here.Yet the title seems to be a statement of fact?
JB iPhone 7 isn't the first glossy black iPhone we've had. That distinction belongs to the black iPhone 3G, which is even older than the Mac Pro.
Likewise, we've had matte Black before in the Black and Slate iPhone 5.
Neucase has been doing black anodization since the iPhone 5. Perhaps Apple has a different material but Neucase was giving customers black since the 5s.And now, for the 7 plus. We have a polished anodized aluminum gloss black. It is innovative in the material in which they used to achieve the color, but not in the color itself.
I don't think anyone else has made a polished anodized aluminum gloss black. At least to my knowledge.