Apple unveils special-edition red iPhone 7

The red iPhone 7 will be available to order online from March 24. Apple quietly knocked off its iPad Air 2, replacing it with the 9.7-inch iPad at a cheaper price with a faster processor. These new mobiles will be available on the official website with the red iPhone 7 starting at $749 and the red 7 Plus at $869.

Apple also introduced a model of its iPhone 7 in red, part of its partnership with (Product) Red, which supports programs fighting HIV and AIDS.

Apple is the world's largest donor to the Global Fund with more than $130 million contributions. As such, every purchase will provide users a way to contribute to the Global Fund, which will help in making a step closer to an AIDS-free world. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will be provided in vibrant red aluminium finish, in recognition of more than 10 years of partnership between Apple and (RED).

The iPhone 7 Smart Battery Case and a wide range of accessories for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch were also included in the (PRODUCT) RED lineup.

The company has updated its home page with new photos of revamped red edition iPhone, new iPad, and other products.

Adding to its efforts are all the companies Apple has acquired in the AR space, 3D gaming and virtual reality software over the last few years. Also, the phones will have similar features as the rose-gold, silver and jet-black editions, which were released past year. It will be available to order starting March 24 in the USA and more than 20 other countries and regions. Apple also announced new storage capacity for the iPhone SE. Apple have now doubled the storage on both SE models; now available in 64GB and 128GB capacities.

The red version of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus is otherwise the same hardware as announced by the technology giant when first revealing the smartphone back in September.

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