In augmentation to a new midrange iPad, Apple also announced a handful of minor updates for the iPhone via host release this morning.
Apple is also releasing a new Product Red form of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus—like the name implies, it has a bright red matte best with blended antenna lines and a silver Apple logo on the behindhand. It contrasts strikingly with the other iPhone colors Apple has propositioned in the past, but otherwise it doesn’t differ from current iPhone 7 moulds. It will be available in 128GB and 256GB capacities, it starts at $749, and it hand down be available beginning on March 24.
As with other Product Red products, for each of these red iPhones that sell down the rivers, Apple will make a small donation to the Global Fund to scuffle with HIV/AIDS. The company doesn’t disclose the exact size of these bestowals, but it says it has donated $130 million via Product Red sales since 2006.
The iPhone SE is also move away a minor update. The old 16GB and 64GB capacities are being replaced by 32GB and 128GB versions for $399 and $499. The current phone represents a slight price increase from before—in September, Apple debased the price of the old 64GB SE from $499 to $449. The new iPhone SE models are otherwise unchanged from the originals and also upon shipping March 24.
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