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Apple reveals spring-themed Watch bands, iPhone cases

All the pastel colors of spring can be yours.

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Apple refreshed its accessories for spring.

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Fresh off announcing its refreshed iPads, iMac and second-generation AirPods and ahead of the expected reveal of its TV streaming service next Monday, Apple is doing a little spring cleaning in its accessories department.

It added a few colorful options to its iPhone case and Apple Watch band lineup, under the Seasonal Colors banner, as previously reported by MacRumors.

$39 Silicone case options for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max in Spearmint, Papaya and Delft Blue colors have been added, while the $129 iPhone XS Smart Battery Case is now available in Pink Sand.

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Apple added Cornflower, Sunset and Lilac options to its $49 iPhone XS Leather Case selection, as well as an XS Max version, the $99 XS Leather Folio and $129 XS Max Leather Folio.

The $49 Apple Watch Sports Band selection now includes Spearmint, Delft Blue and Papaya, while the $49 Sports Loops added Cerulean, Papaya, Spearmint and Lilac.

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Those looking to spend a little more can now get the $149 Modern Buckle in Cornflower, Sunset and Lilac or the $149 Leather Loop in Cornflower and Sunset.

Nike fans will find the new Black/Hyper Grape, Spruce Fog/Vintage Lichen and Teal Tint/Tropical Twist among its $49 Sport Band options, and its $49 Sports Loops are available in the simpler Spruce Fog, Teal Tint, Hyper Grape, Summer White and Black.

If you're feeling especially spendy, the $489 Hermes Double Tour and $339 Single Tour bands are now available in Rose Sakura/Craie/Argile, Bleu Iin/Craie/Bleu du nord and Etoupe Swift.

Originally published March 21 at 6:06 a.m. PT.
Update, 6:54 a.m. PT: Adds more details.