The Color StyleWriter 2500 is a color inkjet printer manufactured and sold by Apple in 1996. It was based on a Canon-developed Bubblejet printer, but was repackaged with a new housing, firmware and Apple's proprietary 8-pin mini-DIN serial port. The printer is similar in appearance and functionality to the StyleWriter 2400, but featured faster printing speeds: 5 PPM black, 0.66 color, vs the 2400's 3 PPM black, 0.3 color.
Apple offered localtalk and ethertalk networking upgrades in the form of external print server devices. Also offered was a "PhotoGrade" kit, which included a special monobloc (heads and ink in one unit) cartridge with lighter photo-oriented inks and coated paper.