Even as Apple’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is becoming increasingly popular among Apple users, the manufacturer will now start offering these handsets shortly in a stylish red color for a limited time period.
This has been officially declared (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition by the Cupertino based company. This release is being done as a part of the manufacturer’s propaganda against the deadly AIDS. The company will contribute the sale from the proceeds of these handsets towards the Global Fund set up for fighting this cause. (RED) fund programs focus on the prevention of HIV transmission from infected mothers to unborn babies.
Other than the color, there will be absolutely no changes made to the current iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in terms of specifications. With the new color availability, the former gadget will be available in six colors including the five standard ones. Available in stores from March 24, the iPhone 7 will be available with two memory options. Users can opt for a base 128GB model or a higher 256GB model. There is no information as of now about the storage that will be offered by the iPhone 7 Plus. The bright red color along with a matte aluminum finish is undoubtedly bound to give the devices a classy and stylish look. In a press release, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook said that the red smartphones are the biggest (PRODUCT)RED offerings from the manufacturer to date following a partnership it began with (RED) a decade ago. He added that they were quite excited about this release and couldn’t wait to see the gadgets in the hands of their beloved fans.
Ever since the partnership with (RED) kicked off, Apple’s customers have made a significant contribution to fighting against the spread of AIDS by buying several of its (PRODUCT)RED devices and accessories. These include the iPod nano (PRODUCT)RED Special Edition, Beats Solo 3 wireless on-ear headphones, iPhone 7 smart battery case and Beats Pill+ portable speaker to mention just a few of the many supporting accessories launched for Apple Watches, iPhones and iPads.