Jonathan Geller for BGR writes:
You see, with anodization — the same process Apple uses to make the iPhone 5 black or silver, and which thousands of other companies use as well — the actual aluminum is electrically charged and dyed. This is unlike a service like Colorware’s that paints phones, leaving them susceptible to chipping and peeling. After spending some time with my gold iPhone, this is probably the coolest phone I’ve ever owned.
Anostyle’s new coloring service will make your iPhone 5 or iPad mini look gorgeous, but the $249 price tag might hold you back. Which color would you get?