It seems as though Apple may be about to cash in on the nostalgia trend, as a new report from MacRumors says that the company may be bringing back its old rainbow logo. It could show up on some of the firm's products later on this year.
Other than that, not much is known. In fact, MacRumors even said that the tip might not be true, and even if it is, plans could change. It's also completely unknown which products Apple might use the retro logo on. The six-color rainbow logo hasn't been used on any Apple products since 1998.
But still, it's something fun to think about. Retro products can tend to be very popular, and using the old logo on a new iPhone could boost sales a bit.
Apple's rainbow logo first showed up on the Apple II PC back in 1977, meaning that it was in use for over 20 years. It's a symbol of the company's heritage at this point, and while it hasn't come back, Apple has made a variety of rainbow products, mainly for Pride events.